My oven was damaged by water during last years typhoon here in the philippines. when i had it repaired in a sharp service center, they said they have to replace the keypad.
the problem is that sharp is not manufacturing keypads of this model anymore. it was a big disappointment for us considering it is not that old.
i would like to know :
if really, sharp does not manufacture keypads of model R-6G65 anymore
if that is true, can we still make my oven workable?
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First of all is it really the membrane keypad itself, or just the clear protective sheet over the keypad which you're supposed to remove when it's new?
Keypad trouble can be serious, so until it is repaired,
please leave it unplugged or leave the door
open when it's not in use, and please do not leave it running
unattended. If it's really the keypad and less than one year old, it would be fully covered under warranty as long as it's not been damaged by outside forces. I'd suggest contacting the manufacturer to get it fixed free.