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Power surge, and pad won't work

There was a power surge in my home a couple of weeks ago and my oven touch pad blinks and does not respond. I tried disconnecting the ribbon, and looked for a fuse, but it still malfunctions. Do I need a new pad, or touch screen?
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  • jcdelacadena Nov 21, 2007

    No, I don't believe its the same problem, I have tried the fix but nothing. The pad responds with commands, but the screen is un readable.

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Hi,
This may be related to the F7 problem. I have a post on this site.
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touch pad / ERC test
This simple test will help determine
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defective when F1 error code is present.

Note: Some models
incorporate the touch pad in to the ERC as a single assembly, in which case this
test is not necessary. Simply replace the ERC (Clock).

Warning: If
you feel in any way uncomfortable performing this test or making this repair,
please contact a qualified appliance repair technician.

1. Disconnect
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range at the circuit breaker). It is very important that the power to the range
has been disconnected, so please double check before continuing.
2. Gain
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3. Disconnect the touch pad (also called
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4. Make sure there are no
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on. Assemble the control panel back the way it was.
5. Turn the power back
on.
6. Wait for at least one hour to see if the F1 code comes back (usually
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7. If F1 comes back, replace the ERC. If it
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Hi,

Unplug the Oven, Disconnect the Power Supply and then Turn the Oven Back, say after 30 minutes. If the code still appears it could be either Faulty Touch Pad or Computer.

Now,

To check, Turn OFF the Oven as we did earlier, then remove the Control Panel . Disconnect the Ribbon like Cable from the Touch Pad. Disconnect it from the Computer. Turn the Oven, and if Code appears Replace Computer Unless Replace Touch Pad.

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Hi,
The F7 error code on your oven indicates the touch pad has failed. To repair it, you will need to replace the touch pad which is listed as a control panel.
If you do the repair yourself, disconnect the power to the oven. Take the 3 screws out above the door that holds the control panel on to the oven. Pull the control panel out at the bottom and lift it up, then pull out the top and drop it down so you can see the back side of the control panel, and you will see a ribbon connector going from the touch pad to the electronic oven control (ERC).
There is a latch holding the ribbon connector to the ERC, raise the latch to release and pull the ribbon out of the ERC.
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How To Perform A F1 Touch Pad / ERC Test
This test is easy to perform and will help you determine whether the Electronic Range Control (ERC, control board) or touch pad is defective when the F1 code is displayed.

Note: With some models, the ERC and the touch pad are one single unit and therefore this test is not necessary. The entire assembly must be replaced.

Warning: If you have any doubts in your ability or safety of the repair, please contact a qualified appliance repair technician.

1. Disconnect the power to the range by either unplugging the power cord, or turning the power off at the circuit breaker. Always make sure the power as been disconnected properly before beginning this test.
2. Access the control panel.
3. Disconnect the touch pad ribbon from the ERC.
4. Reassemble the control panel. Make sure to check for any additional defects such as frayed or lose wires that could be causing the problem.
5. Turn the power back on.
6. Wait up to an hour for the F1 code to reappear. This could be accompanied by an alert such as a beeping sound.
7. If the F1 code reappears, replace the ERC. If it does not, replace the touch pad.

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1. Disconnect power to the range/oven (unplug the range/oven power cord or turn the power off to the range/oven at the circuit breaker). It is very important that the power to the range/oven has been disconnected, so please double check before continuing.
2. Gain access inside the control panel.
3. Disconnect the touch pad (also called keypad or membrane switch) ribbon from the ERC/EOC.
4. Make sure there are no lose wires, or anything else that may cause a short when power is turned back on. Assemble the control panel back the way it was.
5. Turn the power back on.
6. Wait for at least one hour to see if the code comes back (usually accompanied by a beeping sound).
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TURN POWER OFF TO RANGE FIRST THING!

This simple test will help determine whether the ERC (Electronic Range Control or Clock) or the touch pad is defective when F1 error code is present.

Note: Some models incorporate the touch pad in to the ERC as a single assembly, in which case this test is not necessary. Simply replace the ERC (Clock).

Warning: If you feel in any way uncomfortable performing this test or making this repair, please contact a qualified appliance repair technician.

1. Disconnect power to the range (unplug the range power cord or turn the power off to the range at the circuit breaker). It is very important that the power to the range has been disconnected, so please double check before continuing.
2. Gain access inside the control panel.
3. Disconnect the touch pad (also called keypad or membrane switch) ribbon from the ERC.
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