Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repairLess than 15 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
Open oven door, under the lip below the control panel there are 4 Phillips head screws and 4- 1/4" screws. If you have a screwdriver with interchangeable tips, you can use it for both fasteners. Remove the Phillips head screws first, Trim piece will drop down, clean while you have it out. Remove the 1/4" screws, the control panel will drop out about 4", it will be able to rotate towards you, you will see the display unit. Using a pointed knife, slightly pry the clip away and remove the two wired plugs. on the ribbon connector, on each side there are tabs, push these in and pull up not more than 1/8", the ribbon will pop out or take VERY little to remove, it is difficult, make sure the tabs on both sides are up. Remove the display via 1/4" screws. Reverse the process with the new unit but, make sure the tabs are up on the ribbon connector, this is the only thing I had problems with, took me about 3 min to figure it out. new display came with a "Static Electricity" warning. MAKE SURE YOU TOUCH THE FRAME OF THE OVEN BEFORE YOU TOUCH THE NEW DISPLAY UNIT TO AVOID STATIC DISCHARGE AND PROTECT YOUR NEW UNIT.