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I have 26 v from the transformer to the circuit board. How do I determine if it is the control panel or the circuit board?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the display is totally out it is likely the thermal fuse this is located where the wire connectors plug into the board it looks like a small resistor in a platic shrinkwrap type sleeve. test it with a continuity meter.
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
That would be a problem with your control board. It probably needs a few capacitors and a relay replaced and minor circuit board repair.
We regularly repair these control units for customers nationwide by mail for $39.95 postpaid in about a week with a one-year guarantee.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2008
Hi, well this is a brain tester!! I think you need really to look at this in a simple way. Check to see where the door lock wires come from first? Find where the mains power comes into? then if it goes directly to the main control board then check to see if there is any power getting through the board to the otherside where the wires disapear into the cooker. I would consider checking the control board for any signs of burn damage and then look at the clock unit to as these are normally the main components in the cooker that will stop it from working.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
the best and easiest way to track down a short is with a digital multimeter just check for continuity throughout the circuits.If you you cannot get your hands on a multimeter use a compass.It will detect and move left to right when there is a complete circuit and as soon as you hit the short the needle will be dead still. Fix the short and test.It would probably be alot cheaper than trying to track down a part with no certainty of it.Hope this helps
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
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