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Italy281

03:11PM | 11/26/06
Member Since: 11/25/06
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We were in the self-cleaning mode this last Wednesday night with this oven and next thing you know there is no display showing up!! We looked at the circuit breakers--still good. Tried the buttons & they do not work---no display whatsoever. The display area felt extremely hot--hotter than any other time we had used the self-cleaning mode. What is going on??? HELP!!!

Tim

appliguy

03:37PM | 11/26/06
Member Since: 07/23/04
491 lifetime posts
Hi,

**RBD276PD**

That is part of a full model#.

**We were in the self-cleaning mode this last Wednesday night with this oven and next thing you know there is no display showing up!!**

Make sure the proper power is still comming into the ovens and none of the main power wires burnt off inside. -Some- of the WLP ovens have a thermal fuse on the back of the oven that may have opened up during the clean cycle.

jeff.

Appliance Repair Aid

http://www.applianceaid.com/

JRAppliance

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Italy281

03:43PM | 11/26/06
Member Since: 11/25/06
3 lifetime posts
Sorry--the full # is: RBD276PDQ4

We thought that could be it. Do I pull the oven out & test its continuity? Or is there somewhere else I need to check its proper operation?

Thanks SO MUCH!

Tim

appliguy

02:54AM | 11/27/06
Member Since: 07/23/04
491 lifetime posts
**RBD276PDQ4**

Better :)

** Do I pull the oven out & test its continuity?**

Main power terminal block is under the very top access panal, can check for voltage there.

Thermal fuse is on the back and can be checked for continuity ( power off then ).

Accessing either means pulling the unit out.

jeff.

Appliance Repair Aid

http://www.applianceaid.com/

JRAppliance

http://www.jrappliance.ca

Italy281

07:22AM | 11/27/06
Member Since: 11/25/06
3 lifetime posts
Thanks.

I was able to find the service book inside the frame of the oven & checked the 'Oven Shutdown Thermal Fuse' by looking for a closed circuit between P6-3 & the red wire on the terminal block. It checks out as a closed circuit. I then checked the Control Panel Thermal Fuse between L1 & P7-1 & it to shows to be a closed circuit!!

What now??!!?? I'm at a lost & hoping it isn't the control panel. I don't see a way to test that. Or is there something else to do?

Thanks-Tim

appliguy

09:11AM | 11/27/06
Member Since: 07/23/04
491 lifetime posts
**closed circuit between P6-3 & the red wire on the terminal block. It checks out as a closed circuit. I then checked the Control Panel Thermal Fuse between L1 & P7-1 & it to shows to be a closed circuit**

Hope one side was isolated ( removed ) to correctly check for continuity.

**What now??!!?? I'm at a lost & hoping it isn't the control panel. I don't see a way to test that.**

Checked for correct power comming in yet? Power to a device ( like the control board ) and no go = a bad device :(

jeff.

Appliance Repair Aid

http://www.applianceaid.com/

JRAppliance

http://www.jrappliance.ca
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