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Power surge, and pad won't work

There was a power surge in my home a couple of weeks ago and my oven touch pad blinks and does not respond. I tried disconnecting the ribbon, and looked for a fuse, but it still malfunctions. Do I need a new pad, or touch screen?

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Re: Power surge, and pad won't work

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Oven is two weeks old. Town had a power outage we reset at breaker but still just beeps once and nothing happens

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this surge generally manages to fry the power/control board
I suggest that you get the services of the service centre to come out and check it out.

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I try to set the clock on the oven but pressing the CLOCK touch pad or the TIME-TEMP pad has no affect. It is completely nonresponsive.

It sound like the board is faulty, its quite common after power surges can cause damage to small circuit boards like clocks, I would recommend changing it as the clock will also provide timing for switch on at a set time cook for time as well. Epicure Electric
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