Question about Whirlpool GBD307PDS Electric Double Oven
I have a 30" Electric Whirlpool Double Oven -- Model # GBD307PDQ6. After a self-clean session appeared to finish (control panel indicated that cooling started) the control panel and all operations were disabled/failed. I checked the main circuit breaker and nothing had tripped. I took off the trim pieces and lifted the front control panel off to test power to the motherboard. I was getting 120VAC into the board but the step-down transformer didn't show any voltage (high or low side). I'm tempted to pull the oven out to locate the two thermal overload fuses but thought I'd ask an expert first. I have a hunch it may not be a fuse if I'm getting power to the control panel motherboard. I'm thinking my motherboard could be the broken link. What suggestions would you have for me? Thanks - Brian
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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