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Hello, I have a KDRP463LSS08. Dual fuel oven. We have rarely used the oven until recent. The cooktop burners and grill work great. The oven just went off half way through cooking a turkey dinner one night. The display just went blank. It was maybe cooked in a total of 3 times in all its life. We bought it new. Please assist. Thank you. Ralph

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I had a similar problem while mine was still under warranty. Seemed like every time I used the oven and stove top for a major dinner it would short out and I would get an error code: F1:E6. They replaced the board under the display area, but it happened again about 6 months later. Turned out that when they made the oven they didn't insert a chimney like vent system from the bottom left side of the oven to the vent holes that come out the upper left side of the stovetop. This caused the panel to overheat and stop the entire oven from working. They replaced the board again and installed the "chimney vent system" and I haven't had the problem occur again (it's been 3 years!).

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I had a similar problem. There's a thermostat before the control panel. You need to remove the knobs and the front panel to get to it. You'll also need to remove a couple of trim pieces to keep from bending the panel. The part number is Whirlpool W10017820, sells for about $40.

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before you replace the control panel, take a quick look inside the oven at the ceramic spark starter.. when you (tyr to) turn your oven on you should hear a bunch of little snap sounds.. sparks trying to light the burners inside the oven..

if you try to use the element (broil) without the gas - you'll get a better bearing on whether or not the gas element(s) are lighting or not inside the oven..

hope that helps..

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We've seen similar problems due to an intermittent failure in the control board. If you can have it removed we can likely repair it for you.

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Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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