Question about Maytag Ovens
I've got a Maytag model CRE9400BCL electric range/oven. The control panel has stopped working. It didn't work for about 2 weeks, then all of a sudden I noticed the clock flashing the other day. While setting the correct time, it just blanked out again. I can't afford the $280 replacement panel (I'm a typical statistic of the recession lay-offs) but I'm technically savvy and would like to replace the board-level component at fault. More problem details: -Control panel P/N 7601P261-60 mfg. in 1995 -Boards are mfg. by Robertshaw -If I tap the up-arrow button, the display will flash "7:36" for a fraction of a second on every 7th to 13th tap of the button. It does not keep time; always says 7:36. If I hold function button like timer or oven-temp while doing this, the appropriate indicator will also flash on breifly until the normal time-out cancels function several secs. later. (discovered this out of frustration) -110vac supply to board is good -voltage out of transformer is around 21vdc (don't know what its supposed to be. -relays do not do anything-- entire control panel does not work. -Cooktop burners do work, but they've got nothing to do with the control panel. -No obvious physical indications of blown circuitry, bad/loose solder connections or blown capacitors. -No stuck buttons or conditions arising from a bad temp sensor, door switch or burner. Panel doesn't work even with everything disconnected. -IC "U2" (Atmel 505 EEPROM) gets warm, but not hot. THESE THINGS MAKE ME SO DARN MAD BECAUSE TO FIX EM, IT COSTS SO MUCH YOU MIGHT AS WELL BUY A NEW APPLIANCE. Thats exactly what they want and I refuse go that route! I got ridiculously good help fixing my TV's convergence IC here at fixYa and I hope I can get the same expertise for this oven. If I can't fix this thing, I swear there will be a stop-watch, an alarm clock and a thermostat from a bbq duct-taped to this oven. ;)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I found the manual online. Apparently my unit is malfunctioning and should work by just pressing bake temp and then selecting the temp...
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
Check for proper power (control panel is 120V, burners and heat element are 240V) You may have lost connection in one of hot wires causing the burners/elements not to work yet the control panel still will
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
HI, this is a faulty key pad issue. check the following.
1. Check keypad connector for firm connection (keypad connects to control board).
2. Press CANCEL. If error code returns after 60 seconds, replace keypad (also called touch pad or membrane switch). Some models incorporate keypad in to control board as one unit. In this case, replace control board (also called ERC or clock).
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
HI. This will be the actual control board in this case, that will be the culprit. the control board, and touch pad, are integrated. These symptoms are indicating that the key pad membrane is damaged. This will require you to replace the entire control board. Once the control is replaced, these issues will be corrected.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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