How To Repair A Range That Won't Program - Oven Repair

How To Fix an Oven That Will Not Program

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Electronic Control Board & Membrane Switch

If you have a newer range, there will be electronic controls operating out of the control board that govern the programming. The keypad for entering a program (or the membrane switch) could either be part of this control board – meaning the whole thing will need to be replaced – or the membrane switch could be separate, which would allow you to replace only the parts of the keypad unit that are malfunctioning. Since the keypads generally link up to the control board via a ribbon conductor, you can use a multi-meter to see if there’s a continuity break between the keypads and the control board.

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