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With my micro pluged in the control panal displayes set clock but will not respond to any fuction

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Hi! your panel is defective.

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Here's the real fix! 1. Go to radio shack and buy the 100uF (microfarad) 35 Volt capacitor that costs $1.49 cents as of fall of 2010. 2. Open your oven panal with the 4-7 screws depending on model. Remember to turn off the circut breaker to your oven for safety's sake. 3. Remove the ribbons holding the panals on, remove the clock display panel. 4. De-solder the C3 capacitor (68uF 35V) capacitor. Note the polarity marks on the capacitor before you remove it. Now solder in the new 100uF 35V capacitor with the correct polarity. 5. Reassemble the oven display by connecting ribbons and putting panal back in screws and all. 6. Have a beer, glass of wine, or at least a pat on the back for saving over 300 bucks in repair bills.
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This fix took me one dollar and 50 cents worth of cash and all of 10 minutes of my time from the moment I started unscrewing the display to the moment I put the breaker back on and saw my fix worked.
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Sometimes you have to press Clock, Clear numbers, then Clock or Start.

Or Clear, Clock, numbers, then Clock or Start.

In some older models, they had a very small mechanical clock button located at the top right corner of the controller near the display window. If yours has that, press it, then the numbers, then that button again or Start.

If this doesn't do it for you, could you post a clear photo of your control panel?

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