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What is the part number of the control board you are looking for?

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E6F2 error codes generally mean the control board is on the way out, especially if you're seeing a blank screen. Replacing the keypad or cleaning the ribbon is only delaying the inevitable. But you don't have to buy a new controller (especially since many of them are no longer available). Running a google search for ************************ should lead you to a company that can repair oven controllers.
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Hi Gene -

I am looking to order AP3767567 for my RBD275PDQ8, but I was told it is discontinued. Can you confirm or help me find one? I'd rather get a new one then track down an old one.

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Hi Cody,

I did search for this part and I found that it is still available but it's on a back order. You have to talk to the APP team to find ETA.

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I did search for this part and I found that it is still available but it's on a back order. You have to talk to the APP team to find ETA.

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Thanks Gene. I talked to them a couple days ago and they said it was discontinued. Any other ideas on how I could get a board, so I can fix my oven? Or do I need to buy an entirely new oven? Thanks for your help.
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Hello Gene,

I have Whirlpool Model # GBD307PRQ01 Similar situation that others have posted. Display goes out mid-bake cycle. Oven heat and light still work. Display comes back slowly. Today error code E6 F2 came on. What steps should I take to determine issue. I have read the thread but want to make sure I do things in the right order.

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Hello Marcie,

Very likely the problem is a bad control board. Especially because of the display which goes on & off.

- The control board Part number: AP4909214

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You can call the APP customer service to find the part ETA.


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Hello Marcie,

Very likely the problem is a bad control board. Especially because of the display which goes on & off.

- The control board Part number: AP4909214

Part number: AP4909214



You can call the APP customer service to find the part ETA.


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Is there a way or something to check that might be loose?
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Is there a way or something to check that might be loose?
Unfortunately there are no such parts. I understand you point. This part is very expensive, but this is the only way to fix it.


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Hi Gene,

I have posted this a couple of days ago but maybe you can provide some insight as I have been following you with the repair.

My double oven stop working a month ago. After I have changed thermal fuse and control panel, it worked, for one night! The next morning, it stopped working again. I checked to find out the fuse is out and I remembered that the R90-92 to be hot. So I order a control board and new thermal fuse. I put them back tonight and it worked! However I found that the parts R90-92 were pretty hot, and I am afraid that something else is wrong besides the board. Should these parts be hot? Is there a way to check? Would I not doing the program cavity size cause the problem? Thanks in advance!

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