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Jenn-Air built in oven Model W188-C, Serial # 210764UC approx 1987

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About one half cup of water spilled from the microwave into the vent holes at the top of the wall oven. Immediately after, all the lights in the electonic panel were flashing. There is little or no activity on the right panel where the numbers are and where the start/cancel pads are. Most of the water fell to the right. I got the digital clock working, but now it wont stay on. The only message on the panel is now DOOR. Please help.
Jenn-Air built in oven Model W188-C Serial # 210764UC circa approx 1987

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Big oops, Millwood. Shut power to the unit immediately and wait a day or more for it to dry out. If it works then, fine. If not, you've got a learning experience installing a new pad.

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