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Old 05-31-2018, 11:53 AM
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We replaced the Control Panel and finally got power to the oven but only by holding in the door latch. So now we know it's worth ordering the latch next. What an engineering mess! There should be a recall on this! Thanks for all your help!

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We replaced the Control Panel and finally got power to the oven but only by holding in the door latch. So now we know it's worth ordering the latch next. What an engineering mess! There should be a recall on this! Thanks for all your help!
Regier, You're Very Welcome !!! Yes you will need the door S/C latch assembly. The control board/panel is designed to constantly check the door switch circuits, even in the TOD (time of day)mode. If or when a switch fails or a latch is in the wrong position this will present a door lock error code if the motor can't rotate the latch back to the proper position.
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Regier, Correct, the two blue wires (18-20 VAC) from the control transformer is the power supply for the display, signal and the communication to the relays. If you have the voltage across the two blue wires on the control board, but no display, the control is the issue.

Ok, we can understand the waiting on the door self clean latch assembly, power to the control and operation of the oven is more desirable.
Hi, I have the same problem with the oven after I turned on the self destruct, whoops, self-cleaning function. The oven door is now locked, which was opened by a coat hanger and there is 220V going into the oven and 24VAC going into the control board. What part is the control transformer that is needed so the oven works again?
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Hi, I have the same problem with the oven after I turned on the self destruct, whoops, self-cleaning function. The oven door is now locked, which was opened by a coat hanger and there is 220V going into the oven and 24VAC going into the control board. What part is the control transformer that is needed so the oven works again?
Powown, If you have 24 VDC at the control board, you shouldn't need the control transformer, and the control panel thermal fuse would be OK as well.
We're going to need the model number of your oven, so we can advise you properly, and if parts are needed, we will have the proper information so you can order the correct parts, and get you oven up and running. You may want to review the remainder of this thread, so you may have a better idea of other checks and possibilities. In the mean time, try and get us the model number of your oven. Thanks,
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