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#1 alamo3

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Posted 18 May 2013 - 01:01 PM

lady set her oven for self clean (most destuctive force on the planet) after dinner ,went onto bed and was awoke in the night with what sounded like a big rock or a bird striking her kitchen window. went in and the only thing she found out of ordinary was her oven board was completely dead(no lights or numbers). she went to open the door but it was still locked tried all buttons on touchpad no response or beeps, checked the breaker to oven and it was still on. i have pried the door open by manually moving the latch/lock enough manually (thank you hooked needle nose) to get door open, but still no response to cancel, bake or any buttons on touchpad almost like no power. turned off breaker for about a minute and reflipped hoping to clear it and reestablish power still dead. do i need to order a new board and is it available by itself as the contol panel is one big panel for both the microwave and the oven. the microwave still works great no problem there but lower half(oven part) of contol board is dead as a doornail. help appreciated.



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Posted 18 May 2013 - 03:47 PM

From what I can tell, there are several fuses in your oven....Test them all and make sure to .check to see if there is an inline fuse connected to the control board. I just did a wall oven kitchenaid that blew a thermal fuse as well as an inline control board fuse...of course it happened after the self clean cycle. The inline fuse was not represented on the wiring diagram but I knew it had to be one as no power was going to the board and the thermal fuse was connected only to the bake/broil elements.

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Posted 18 May 2013 - 03:53 PM

Don't have the wiring diagram on this model.  I do see two thermal switches on the lower oven vent.  I'll expect one of those bimetals have opened.  May or may not resettable.  Should be able to access switches by removing center vent cover. 






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