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Random beeps, oven almost starts itself

Heard random beeps coming from the oven this morning. The display just had the normal clock. Pressing "off" had no effect, pressing "kitchen timer" resulted in a quick display of the "set time" display, and then immediately returning to the normal clock. Pressing "set time" gave me the correct display, and upon cancelling that request I returned to the "kitchen timer" button, and this time the display was correct, and the beeping had stopped. Half an hour later I heard beeps again, and when I checked, the display showed the "Hi Broil" and was flashing "Press Start"!!!! I pressed "Clear Off" and the displayed returned to the normal clock. So the random beeps I had heard were random key presses, even though no one was pressing the keys. I flipped the breaker to "off", so I could go to work without the oven starting itself and burning down the house. Having found this web site, I'll try the "F7" error fix this evening, and see if that clears the random key presses, if not, my house must have spooks!

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Yes, this is certainly the touchpad. If the keypad is no longer available and you really want to save your oven. There is a solution.
http://blog.applianceboards.com/troubleshooting/obsolete-keypadtouchpanel-causing-f1f7-dont-scrap-your-ge-wall-oven/

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The touch pad may be defective. There is a membrane behind the buttons that will cause problems like that. The only cure is to replace the touch assy.

Posted on Sep 15, 2007

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