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How can i be sure that the f7 error in my ge built in over requires a key pad replacement.

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Hello, I assume since you are asking about the touchpad you had an error code or the appliance just stopped working. The way to be sure the touchpad is at fault is to switch the power off and then remove the ribbon/wire harness from the touchpad to the EOC (Electronic oven control). turn the power back on. Leave for 24 hours if the error comes back it's going to be the EOC if the error does not come back then you have a bad touchpad. Hope this helps, If you have any other questions or concerns please feel free to comment again and thanks for using fixya! Good Luck. Mike

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