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Maytag Gas Range - Model# JGS9900BDS; Control Board (or) Touch Pad Assembly?

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I'm not sure which part to order, or how to test for what part is faulty.

 

The burners work fine, the touch panel lights up, but I can't get the oven to turn on, when I press the oven/bake buttons nothing shows on the screen and there is no functioning. 

 

I figure its either the main control board P/N 74011872 or the panel with the touch pad P/N 74011866 ? is this right?

 

I wouldn't mind running some test on this range vs just ordering expensive parts. If anyone has some test recomendations, I would much appriciate.

 

Thanks

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Unresponsive trouchpanel is usually caused by a bad keypad in the touchpanel.  Tech sheet behind the bottom panel has the ribbon connector pinout for the touchpanel.  Actuate/ohm-test each key pad on the touchpanel.  You'll probably find one of them stuck closed.  This makes the ERC lockout the touchpanel.  

 

Touchpanel:  http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Touchpad-and-Control-Panel/W10206071/1472791

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Thanks for the info, and tech information.

 

Is ohm testing touch pads and looking for a closed button a universally accepted way to test touch pads?  If so, my life could have just been made easier?

 

Thanks,

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... Is ohm testing touch pads and looking for a closed button a universally accepted way to test touch pads?

yes

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I think Maytag ( Whirlpool ) owns the smelter where those aluminum panels are manufactured.................Do some key pads function and others not ????

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