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Markay Nutter Posted on Nov 11, 2006
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Displays controls not working

I just replaced the clock/timer control pad. Set the time and then tried to turn on the oven and various other things but the only display would read is OFF. Not bake or anything else. Can't get anything to come on. Canyou help? Thanks, MK

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MK, this sounds like you missed something on the connection of the new part. I'm going to assume that the reason you changed the control pad was that there was something else wrong. If you've got the same problem...the pad wasn't it. Some of these guys check for connections all the way through to the controlled elements. Look for broken wires and check for connections that may have worked loose. If you're working on wires...remember to unplug first!

If the problem is unique, was the part new or used? It may be defective if used. New parts are generally not at issue. Again, check all connections.

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