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I experienced the F2 E6 error codes on my whirlpool double oven RBD305PDQ8, searched the internet for answers, read many forums and service sites (like FixYa), and ordered a new control board and control panel (new panel mostly because the old one was really dirty and stained). SO, now that I have the parts, how exactly should I install them. I know how to remove the panel as I did to look at everything, and I know my way around a phillips-head screwdriver. I am worried that the wires won't come off the old panel easily, and tha there is some secret sequence of buttons that has to be pushed once I install the parts and turn the power back on. Can someone help me?

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mommaT, the code has to do with the keypad, key held down too long or stuck or shorted keypad. Have someone remove the key pad ribbon cable from the control board and clean the ends with an eraser. If that doesn't do it, you may need a new keypad. Catriver..post back

Posted on May 13, 2007

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I have the same problem... I unplug the range wait 30 seconds ...the plug it back in..usually works. Remodeling soon .. next range not GE!

Posted on Oct 06, 2007

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SOURCE: Display F2 E6 error, then dead. Keypad realted? How do I remove control panel?

fiest press the on key see if the display comes if not the turn the power off for 5-8 seconds if that doesnt do it turn power off then pull the oven out from the wall and remove the top to acess eoc pull the mylar ribbion out of the eoc by releasing the latch which is a tiny pullout bar at the base of the connector at the eoc then you cam clean the ribbon gently with a clean pencial eraser also under the top panel will be a tech sheet with more info pay atten to resseting the oven cavity size on start up

Posted on May 16, 2008

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it's the control panel behind that touchpad item. and it's not too difficult, just time consuming. My recommend is to grab a service manual online(usually around 20.00) which will provide good step by step,and also parts list.

spares? well, that's a good question. Until you have that part number, and the best way is to eyeball the one that's in side your unit(no offense to the printers, but mistakes can happen with manuals).

then you'll find out what it's like to be truly handy, eh?

Posted on May 31, 2008

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the erc which is your clock just call part store with model and serial they can look it right up

Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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Read more below about common Whirlpool oven Fault codes and what they mean. FixYourboard.com can repair this issue quickly and economically. We also back our workmanship with an industry leading two year warranty. http://blog.fixyourboard.com/2015/08/20/gbd-rbd-whirlpool-oven-problems-causes-and-solutions/

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