Question about Maytag MER5530 Electric Kitchen Range
My display was not functioning a few weeks ago. After pushing a few buttons or turning on a burner, then the display would lite up and allow me to use the oven, clock, timer, etc.
However nowadays I have no display at all, not even after the other tricks that worked before; now I have no display, clock, timer, or oven control... I'm not sure if it's simple wiring or maybe I need a new control panel/ display assembly. I would hate to spend $100+ on the display assembly when only a wire is bad.
Should I buy the repair manual and/ or display? Please help. Any advice is appreciated.
Real easy trouble shoot, check the wiring diagram out and find where the line voltage goes into the board. if you have voltage to the board and no display it is very likely a bad board also make sure you have ground pathway from the board. you can have voltage to the board but if no ground pathway then the board will not work. a cheapo meter from sears etc. will work
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