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Control Panel All the display fields in the control panel light are lit and I cannot get a response from any of the touchpad buttons. The oven is 8 years old and the control panel was replaced about 2 years ago after getting the F7 error. - I have tried the fix you ascribed to the F7 error by placing paper between the ribbon and housing, but that had no affect. - The power has been turned off and on to the oven several times, but the display always comes up the same. - I unplugged the ribbon from its holder and wiped it, but still the same problem. Is there something else to try or do I need another control panel, control module, or a new oven? Thanks!

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  • Jimmy Roper Aug 07, 2007

    When I unplugged the control panel, the lights were still on. I assume the problem is with the electronic control module, so I ordered a new one.

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How do you replace the control panel? My GE JTP15 has exactly the same problem.

 

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If the ribbon cable has two sections, try placing the slip of paper between the sections and down into the slot as far as possible. Other wise try removing the connector. If the displays clears up, the problem is in the touchpanel. If it doesn't, the problem is in the electronic control module.

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There is no other way to get around that but to replae the control once agsin. It sounds like there are some stuck touchpads or the control itself is shorted. either way you need to replace it.

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