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Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins
CustomerKERRY from CLEARWATER, FL
Buttons stopped working on the keypad.
Everybody said the Electronic clock oven control needed to be replaced, not the keypad. It was the keypad. Unpluged the range. Pulled the 4 burner control knobs off, Unscrewed the 4 burner contol knob bottoms to remove the panel cover, removed 2 of the keypad screws an loosened the other 2. Removed 4 screws holding the oven control panel. Turned the panel over to access the keypad wiring ribbon. Released the ribbon, turned the panel over to remove the old keypad. Put the new keypad ribbon through the panel and pushed the ribbon into the ribbon slot, put the anel beck in place with 4 screws, slipped the keypad in place on 2 loosened screws. put the remaining 2 screws back in. tightened all four screws. replace the control panel cover and knobs. Plug back in and viola.