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Function switch must be in the "O" position
Press the " /\ " button for a few seconds until it beeps.
Then use the +/- buttons to set time.
Try powering off and switching back on again if that doesn't work.
May vary between models but De Deitrich do free manuals downloads. Just google it
Page 22 Of the service manual shows your diagram. The oven sensor should read 1100 ohms @room temp (75f) All these new fangled electronically controlled ovens use a sensor. The negative temp coefficient sensor relays back changes in resistance whenever the temp changes inside the oven. If that sensor is not correct, open, or shorted to frame then the control will not function properly.
This is a common problem that Ledgestone Technologies and Fixyourboard.com can solve. The touchpad on your oven has failed and will need to be replaced. Read more about the failure and solution below. Message us if you have any questions!
What this simply indicate from the statement you have posted to me is that the the oven has develop a wiring problem on the control unit(panel).
What you are to solve the problem , first of all put of the oven from the main power power supply(i.e from the wall) remove the plug from the wall for some time then put it on again, after this then make sure that the oven is reprogram from the timing and also from the and hold on to clear or council for some seconds to allow the button to respond to power control.
Here is what the manual for your oven says about control lock.
Let me know if you have questions.
Control Lock The Control Lock shuts down the control panel pads to prevent unintended use of the oven(s). The Control Lock will remain set after a power failure, if set before the power failure. The only time it is not available is during the Sabbath Mode or Self-Clean cycle. When the control is locked, only the TIMER SET · START, TIMER CANCEL, OVEN LIGHT and CANCEL OFF, UPPER OVEN CANCEL / OFF or LOWER OVEN CANCEL / OFF pads will function. On double oven models, CLOCK SET · START will also function. The Control Lock is preset unlocked, but can be locked. To Lock/Unlock Control: Press and hold CONTROL LOCK for about 3 seconds, until “CONTROL LOCK” and a picture of a lock appear on the display. Repeat to unlock and remove “CONTROL LOCK” from the display.
I can tell you what the buttons are for but really you may need to get in touch with your local dealer or Electrolux to either get a hard copy or download one from their website.
Starting from the left is your main power button.
Then the oven function button.The next one is the fast heat up/defrost function.Next is the temp. control/current temp.Next the two with + and _ control time or temp.Next is the minute minder.Next is cooking time.
Finally the last one inicates end of cooking time.
I have a GE double oven. JKP44G with touch pad controls
Top oven door will not lock for cleaning cycle. I think I need a new motor for that.
Bottom oven will work sometimes and other times when I turn it on and select the temperature, thinking it is coming on - all of a sudden the temp light goes out like the oven is off and the oven does not heat. Sometimes I touch the clear button and then turn it on. Sometimes it works and other times not.
Could the connections in the control panel be dirty and not making connection at times?
Main question. How do I get to the control panel. How can I pull the oven out to clean the circuit or connectors and change the door motor. If I could just get into the panel I feel I could fix it.