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I´m having a problem with my wall oven FRIDIDAIRE FEB789WCCG. The front control module where the clock and buttons are have no power, its completely blank. when I push on the buttons nothing happens. however, when I open the oven door, the light comes on. so it is getting power, and we checked the power to ensure there's 220v coming in which it is. I reset the breakers also, and yet the control panel is still blank, no clock, nothing. I'm thinking it could be a fuse for control panel on the oven, but I don't know where its located or what it looks like. any ideas? rafaponte@hotmail.com

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If you can reach inside the oven the fuse almost beside the power terminals usually like cylinderical shape and it has nominal values wroted on it , must be checked continuity at 1st by ohmmeter
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