How to Fix A Oven That Won't Program
Repairing a range, stove or oven can seem like a big task, but our customers tell us how easy it is every single day. To help you diagnose a range/oven/stove that will not program we’ve created this guide of the parts most likely to fix will not program. Use this information to understand how a range or oven works, how to determine which part is the cause and how to get the right part for your model. You can also get more details on your specific range/oven/stove by entering your model number into the search box.
Electronic Control Board & Membrane Switch
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On modern electronic controlled ovens, the control board contains the programming functions. Often, the membrane switch or keypad is part of the control and will need to be replaced as a unit. Some models use a separate membrane switch and if one or more of the keypads do not function, then you may only require that part. They are typically attached to the control board with a ribbon connector and the continuity can be checked with a multi-meter.
More Repair Parts
We’ve identified the most common parts that can cause your range, stove or oven to not program but there are other parts that could be at fault. If you are unable to fix your range, stove or oven with the information above, enter your model number into the search box for additional repair help. Searching with your model number will give you access to all parts and schematics, symptoms for your specific range, stove or oven as well as all installation instructions and videos.