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Display on touch panel intermittently goes nuts displaying streams of garbage. oven may ormay not continue function in progress. need tech sheet & service manual to try to get to the bottom of and repair this intermittent behavior.

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Sometimes we see an intermittent electrical connection due to oxidation of the contacts on the keypad membrane tail. This can be easily cleaned so you can check this before investing in a new keypad. I posted some pictures and the procedure on our website. Here's the link:

http://fixyourboard.com/techzone/ovens/keypad_tail_clean/keypad_tail_clean.html

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SOURCE: The control panel display light is completely dark

A lot of ovens use a gas-filled vacuum flourescent display module that takes a higher voltage to drive it. The modules can get damaged or the power supply for the higher voltage (usually around 50 volts) may have failed.

Chances are the thing is only sold as an assembly...While the displays are common in auto speedometers that have digital display, those for these ovens are special with wpecial characters and background.

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SOURCE: Touch pad for the oven does not work

eith touch pad or control board un plug the touch pad if it returns the board is bad if it dont the touch pad is

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