Oven and display worked perfectly last night.
I woke up this morning to find a blank display -- can't see a thing. I can use the keypad to set the oven, and the oven works fine.
What can I do to restore the display?
First turn the electricity off by locating the breaker to the oven and turn it off. Now wait for an hour or so and turn the breaker back on, if the display turned back on, you need a control board (other manufatures call it a clock, PCB or ECC but it's the main elctronic board with the diaplay built in). If it didn't come back on, turn the power off again and make sure all the wire harness's going to the board are connected good. Turn the power back on and it the display still doesn;t come back on you need to replace the main electronic control board. By the way double check the model number and brand because it might be wrong. Please post back.
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Hello Diana, Their are a few things that should be checked. I know its going to be tough to check on a built in double wall oven but one thing that needs to be checked is if their is 240 volts ac entering the oven(i know the breaker is ok) but the connection at the back of the oven can burn,then the proper voltage wont enter the oven. Another thing is a high limit thermostat thats inside of the control panel,need to checkif it has blown. Last thing i can think to check is if 120 volts is at the clock, if not 120vac that explains the blank display
You just need a new oven control! It is simple to replace. Just give us a call with your brand and model number and we'll get the correct part out to you first thing in the morning! We look forward to working with you!
I had this same problem last night.. I have been having problems with the oven shutting off on preheat.. That sort of stopped. Last night lost power to the house. When it returned the oven was beeping and flashing PBR. I turned off the breaker for a few mins. last night and it returned. It was bugging me so much that turned it off the whole night. Woke up this morning turned the breaker back on and it stopped. I don't think this is the total solution. I am thinking that eventually I am going to have to replace power board in this oven. Hope it works!
Your oven temperature sensor has failed(e-2) as well as your electronic control board(f-6).
The oven temp sensor, electronic control board and the touchpad must be replaced .
Approximate cost of parts is $500.00.
Before you decide what to do, check the thermal fuse at the control panel first. If blown, replace it and the temp sensor.
If you are lucky the control board may still be good.
I fixed my problem by disconnecting the control board, cleaning all the contact points (including the ribbon cable) with alcohol and reconnecting everything as tight as possible. I did notice that one of the contacts had become very corroded, so I scrubbed this one for a while. Prior to this I had done some selective unplugging and replugging (ribbon cable in particular) to no avail (each of these attempts powered on to beeping and no display). Not a fancy solution, but it did work!