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We have the Gallery Series stand alone oven. We were using the oven when the power went out. When the power came back...the oven only beeps and displays the F1 error. Does this mean the board is shot or is there a magic reset button? Thanks ...Steve

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  • steve37695 Oct 12, 2010

    Thanks...do you have any recomendations? Franklin TN...outside of Nashville?

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Sorry, no reset button - there's nothing to reset in that board, it's just a very simple controller that got fried by the power surge. You will have to call a repairman to replace it.

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  • Azrael SRL Oct 12, 2010

    Sorry, i've never been in your state and i don't know anyone there.

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