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How do I access the control panel on an electric built-in oven, whirlpool GBD277PRS00? I have no lights but all

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Old 08-08-2012, 02:33 PM
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How do I access the control panel on an electric built-in oven, whirlpool GBD277PRS00? I have no lights but all pads beep when touched and the interior oven light works.

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Sounds like the problem is a bad control board. The file with instructions is attached to the reply.

- The control board Part number: W10340941

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Thanks Gene so much, but I have a happy ending. After being black for several days, my oven display came back on and everything works fine. We had a brief power outage and wondered if that had anything to do with it, like reset the computer, etc. I sure do appreciate your answer; I have downloaded it for future reference.
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