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fixyourboard

Member Since 29 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active Aug 29 2015 11:39 AM

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Whirlpool Single Built-in Oven Replacement Membrane Switch - GBS277 GBS307 RBS245 RBS27...

20 August 2015 - 03:50 PM

There are many Whirlpool Single Built-in Ovens out there in need of a new keypad.

 

The OEM touchpads are NLA but we have membrane replacements available. See: http://www.fixyourbo...ledgestone.html.

 

Attaches to the following electronic oven controls (EOC): 961211 4452892 4452900 4453193 8186024 8301345 8301465 8301919 8302994

 

Applicable Models:

 

Single Wall Oven with Convection and Auto-Clean

 

GBS277PDB11 GBS277PDB12 GBS277PDB3 GBS277PDB4 GBS277PDB5 GBS277PDB6 GBS277PDB7 GBS277PDB8 GBS277PDB9 GBS277PDQ11 GBS277PDQ12 GBS277PDQ3 GBS277PDQ4 GBS277PDQ5 GBS277PDQ6 GBS277PDQ7 GBS277PDQ8 GBS277PDQ9 GBS277PDS11 GBS277PDS12 GBS277PDS3 GBS277PDS4 GBS277PDS5 GBS277PDS6 GBS277PDS7 GBS277PDS8 GBS277PDS9 GBS277PDT11 GBS277PDT12 GBS277PDT3 GBS277PDT5 GBS277PDT6 GBS277PDT7 GBS277PDT8 GBS277PDT9 GBS307PDB11 GBS307PDB12 GBS307PDB3 GBS307PDB4 GBS307PDB5 GBS307PDB6 GBS307PDB7 GBS307PDB8 GBS307PDB9 GBS307PDQ11 GBS307PDQ12 GBS307PDQ4 GBS307PDQ5 GBS307PDQ6 GBS307PDQ7 GBS307PDQ8 GBS307PDQ9 GBS307PDS11 GBS307PDS12 GBS307PDS3 GBS307PDS3 GBS307PDS4 GBS307PDS5 GBS307PDS6 GBS307PDS7 GBS307PDS8 GBS307PDS9 GBS307PDT11 GBS307PDT12 GBS307PDT3 GBS307PDT4 GBS307PDT5 GBS307PDT6 GBS307PDT7 GBS307PDT8 GBS307PDT9

 

Single Wall Oven or Slide-in with Auto-clean (no convection)

 

8RBS245PDQ1 RBS245PDB10 RBS245PDB11 RBS245PDB12 RBS245PDB13 RBS245PDB14 RBS245PDB15 RBS245PDB16 RBS245PDB18 RBS245PDB8 RBS245PDB9 RBS245PDQ10 RBS245PDQ11 RBS245PDQ12 RBS245PDQ13 RBS245PDQ14 RBS245PDQ15 RBS245PDQ16 RBS245PDQ18 RBS245PDQ8 RBS245PDQ8 RBS245PDQ9 RBS245PDS12 RBS245PDS14 RBS245PDS15 RBS245PDS16 RBS245PDS17 RBS245PDS18 RBS245PDT10 RBS245PDT11 RBS245PDT12 RBS245PDT13 RBS245PDT14 RBS245PDT15 RBS245PDT16 RBS245PDT18 RBS245PDT8 RBS245PDT9 RBS275PDB10 RBS275PDB11 RBS275PDB12 RBS275PDB13 RBS275PDB14 RBS275PDB17 RBS275PDB8 RBS275PDB9 RBS275PDQ10 RBS275PDQ11 RBS275PDQ12 RBS275PDQ13 RBS275PDQ14 RBS275PDQ16 RBS275PDQ17 RBS275PDQ8 RBS275PDQ9 RBS275PDS12 RBS275PDS14 RBS275PDS16 RBS275PDS17 RBS275PDT10 RBS275PDT11 RBS275PDT12 RBS275PDT13 RBS275PDT14 RBS275PDT16 RBS275PDT17 RBS305PDB10 RBS305PDB11 RBS305PDB12 RBS305PDB13 RBS305PDB17 RBS305PDB8 RBS305PDB9 RBS305PDQ10 RBS305PDQ11 RBS305PDQ12 RBS305PDQ13 RBS305PDQ14 RBS305PDQ16 RBS305PDQ17 RBS305PDQ8 RBS305PDQ9 RBS305PDS12 RBS305PDS14 RBS305PDS16 RBS305PDT10 RBS305PDT11 RBS305PDT12 RBS305PDT13 RBS305PDT14 RBS305PDT16 RBS305PDT17 RBS305PDT8 RBS305PDT9 RBS305PDZ10 RBS305PDZ8 RBS305PDZ9 RS675PXGB10 RS675PXGB12 RS675PXGB14 RS675PXGB15 RS675PXGB4 RS675PXGB5 RS675PXGB6 RS675PXGB7 RS675PXGB8 RS675PXGB9 RS675PXGQ10 RS675PXGQ12 RS675PXGQ14 RS675PXGQ15 RS675PXGQ4 RS675PXGQ5 RS675PXGQ6 RS675PXGQ7 RS675PXGQ8 RS675PXGQ9 RS675PXGT10 RS675PXGT12 RS675PXGT14 RS675PXGT15 RS675PXGT5 RS675PXGT7 RS675PXGT8 RS675PXGT9 RS675PXGZ4 RS675PXGZ5 RS675PXGZ6 RS696PXGB10 RS696PXGB12 RS696PXGB13 RS696PXGB14 RS696PXGB15 RS696PXGB16 RS696PXGB4 RS696PXGB5 RS696PXGB6 RS696PXGB7 RS696PXGB8 RS696PXGB9 RS696PXGQ10 RS696PXGQ12 RS696PXGQ13 RS696PXGQ14 RS696PXGQ15 RS696PXGQ16 RS696PXGQ4 RS696PXGQ5 RS696PXGQ6 RS696PXGQ7 RS696PXGQ8 RS696PXGQ9

Slide-in Range

RS610PXGN1 RS610PXGN2 RS610PXGN3 RS610PXGV10 RS610PXGV2 RS610PXGV3 RS610PXGV7 RS610PXGV8 RS610PXGV9 RS610PXGW1 RS610PXGW10 RS610PXGW2 RS610PXGW3 RS610PXGW7 RS610PXGW8 RS610PXGW9 RS610PXHW1

 

 


WP retro-fit for KSSS48QT main board (and many cousins)

11 August 2015 - 06:36 PM

We've had feedback from several service providers on this WP retro-fit kit for the main board. I'm interested to know how well this is working out.

 

We heard from one tech that they had to pull unit out from wall for this. Has any one else experienced this?

Other questions we've been asked:

 - what's the proper check out procedure to make sure all features are working?

 - what do I do if there is a technical problem after hooking this all up?

 - do the original diagnostics and tech info still apply?

 

We'll try to find answers to these questions. Let me know if you have other questions, concerns or advice for our team.

 

Also, as a reminder, you may want to hang on to the core mainboard and have us rebuild it for your truck stock. These boards are in very short supply. A rebuild by us (with a brand spankin' new CPU and 10 yr warranty) is a much easier and faster solution to this repair with much less risk of technical issues and/or callbacks! Just ask Megan or Jessica for details, 512-355-1108 or info@fixyourboard.com.

 

Best Regards,

Bruce

FixYourBoard.com

 

Model series affected:

JB36CXFX JB36PPFX JB36SEFX KBLC36FTS KBLO36FTX KBRC36FTS  KBRO36FTX KBRS36FTX EF42FRNB IF42FRNB JF42CXFXD JF42PPFXD JF42SEFXD KBFC42FTS KBFC42FTS KBFO42FTX JS42CXDB JS42CXDU JS42PPDU JS48CXDB JS48CXDU JS48PPDU JS48SEDU KSSC36QT KSSC42QT KSSC42QV KSSC48QT KSSC48QV KSSO36QT KSSO42QT KSSO48QT KSSP36QT KSSP48QT KSSS36QT KSSS42QT KSSS48QT JS42CXFX KSSC36FT KSSC42FT KSSC48FT KSSO36FT KSSO42FT KSSO48FT KSSS36FT KSSS42FT KSSS48FT


Kitchenaid Built-in Fridge - Remember SHOW ROOM mode

02 January 2014 - 06:41 PM

In the KSSC48QM and earlier versions "SHOW ROOM" mode was fairly obvious because the user interface display just cycles the display through all it's indicators - and, of course, the compressor never comes on.

 

In the KSSC48QT and brethren ... not so obvious! "SHOW ROOM" mode is entered and exited by holding "MAX COOL" and "POWER" for a few seconds. Everything acts normal except:

 

1. Compressor never turns on.

2. You CANNOT enter diagnostic mode.

 

Don't replace this $9000 refrigerator because the control board is NLA and it happens to be programmed for "SHOWROOM" mode!!!!

 

We're seeing a lot of these controls come thru the shop these days, almost always with real problems, but once in a while the re-installer gets stumped by inadvertently entering showroom mode.

 

Happy New Year to y'all!


GE Wall Oven: Display says "BAKE" but relays won't engage.

06 June 2013 - 11:50 AM

GE Wall Oven: Display says "BAKE" but relays won't engage.

 

From our tech support conversation:
  Tech Support: Is the door closed or open?
  Tech: Closed.

  .... long conversation with measurements etc ...
 
  Tech Support: I'd like to verify the functionality of the plunger switch on the door. Can you locate it?
  Tech: Yes, that's what I'm holding in to "close the door".

  .... Ka-Ching! ... Nooo!!!

  Tech Support: Please physically close the door and try again.
  Tech: The oven is heating!


TIME SAVING TIP ABOUT GE WALL OVEN:

If the control board thinks the door is open it prevents the heating element relays from engaging.
This is completely determined by the state of the 2 micro-switches in the LATCH MECHANISM.
(To cook switch #2 (top) MUST BE CLOSED, switch #1 (bottom) MUST BE OPEN)
The oven controller DOES NOT SENSE the PLUNGER switch!

Remember this to save wild geese. :woot:

 


KA Microwave/Oven Combo - Start Oven and "DOOR" flashes

22 May 2013 - 03:47 PM

This has come up at least twice and on two completely different models/control boards (after re-installing a newly rebuilt control), but for exact same reason.

 

First the Symptom Description:

 

1. When using microwave only the magnetron comes on.

2. When you turn on the oven light the microwave light comes on.

3. When you engage the oven "DOOR" is periodically displayed, microwave light comes on and turntable turns.

 

The Cause:

 

OK, so on the first type: model RMC305 / control board 4448877 wire harnesses that connect to board connectors P7 and P4 are swapped (4 pin molex).

On the second type: model KEMC377K / control board 4453377 wire harnesses that connect to board connectors P8 and P3 are swapped (4 molded spade connectors).

 

Here's what it looks like from a schematic point of view:

Attached File  4448877wiringX.png   229.78KB   6 downloads

 

Here's the back of the two different control board styles:

Attached File  4448877X.png   97.2KB   7 downloads



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