The first thing I noticed was I was unable to enter the number "7" on my touch pad and then other numbers would not respond and finally all the pads quit working except for 2 of them. At that point, I was unable to use my oven at all!

ApplianceMaytag Range


Level of DifficultyReally easy

Time to do repairLess than 15 mins

Age of Appliance5 - 10 years

Tools Socket set

Ginger From Dell Valle, TX

Jun 18, 2012

I ordered a new touch pad from PartSelect, pulled the wall oven out so that I could access the nuts that held the panel on. I cut off the electrical power to the unit, removed the panel, unplugged all the electrical plugs and the two "plastic" strips that program the circuit board. I then removed the metal stabilizing plate that was behind the circuit board, screwed the stablizing panel to the new control panel and screwed the circuit board to this metal plate. Then I reattached all the plugs and inserted the two "plastic" programming strips into their slots and screwed the entire panel back onto the front of the unit. When I turned the power supply back on, my stove worked like it was brand new again! It was sooooooo easy and saved a BUNDLE of money by not having to call in a repair technician. THANKS PARTSELECT!!!!!

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Control Panel with Touchpad

Part Number: PS2357914

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