Do I Need To Replace Board
Model Number: RBD275PDQ14 Brand:
1 - 5 years
I am going to try to make this quick. I have a double wall oven and a couple of weeks ago we had a power surge, I believe, in the middle of the night. I reset the clock and went on with life until a couple of days later when the oven made a bunch of beeps and the display went out. I went through turning of the fuse in the box and back on to no avail. I called the repairman and he came a few days later. When I turned on the fuse, the display came on and he said we may have to replace the board or something. He didn't even take my oven apart. I don't blame him. Well, the next day the oven did the same thing. It came up with the F2-E6 code. I opened the panel up and disconnected the ribbon to the board and reconnected it. Then I turned the power back on and I got a display but no error codes. Then the oven beeped a bunch and the display was gone again. When I press the buttons they beep. I dont know if that is significant. Help, I can do this on my own with a little guidance. Anyone there?
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Last edited by allysmom : 06-08-2008 at 11:28 AM.