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- Control Panel - Stainless Steel
Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair:15 - 30 mins
ToolsNutdriver, Screw drivers
CustomerDrew from Linden MI
We had a lighting strike and it burned out some of the control function on some of the buttons
1st I removed the screws holding in the wall oven. Then I turned off the power. with the nut driver I removed the top plate on the oven. this exposes the electronc controls. with the nut driver, I removed four screws holding the electronic controler to the panel. then I unpluged the two tape strips that go to the control panel takeing note which one went where. At this point I removed the remaining screws on the ends to remove the old control panel. Then I had to remove the adapter plate from the old panel and apply it to the new panel . then I Just put it all back the way it came out. It works fine. I saved my self all that money for a repairman.