General Electric (GE) and KenmoreSears Oven Control Board Part Numbers listing – many point to the same thing

Many popular GE and KenmoreSears Oven Control Boards have alternate part numbers

When discussing oven control boards, we often refer to them by their part number.  This is easy to do when their is only one part number, but that is rarely case.

All boards start with just one part number – the OEM part number.  But as the manufacturer revises the part during equipment lifetime, new OEM part numbers are generated for the functionally equivalent revisions.

Then, non-manufacturer part houses and third party resellers generate in-house numbers that add to the chaos.

Now, anywhere between 3 and 13 part numbers could be pointing to the same thing.

This is especially confusing for anyone trying to get their board serviced.  So the team at ApplianceBoardRepair.com is doing its part to help clear all this up.

Below is a table of popular GE and KenmoreSears Oven Control Board Part Numbers.

Primary Part NumberAlternate Part Numbers
WB27K5154254331, AP2025152
WB27K5211AP2025175, 254387
WB27K5040254230, AP2025100
WB27K5210WB27K5209, AP2025174, 254386, WB27K5120, WB27K5122, WB27K5208, WB27K5121
WB27T10264EA238565, 844426, 191D1576P012, AH238565, 100-01069-09, AP3155966, WB27K5299, PS238565, 164D4171P012
WB27T10270AP3155967, AH238570, 875278, EA238570, WB27T10271, PS238570
WB27T10350AH238634, PS238634, AP3186914, 942802, EA238634, B00359X4I8
WB27T10276WB27T10063, EA238574, PS238574, AP3189149, WB27T10276R, WB27K5298, 898246, WB27T10141, 8RK4B100, ERC3-GE-M, WB27T10142, WB27T10067, WB27T10064, AH238574
WB27T10348AP3191459, EA238632, 911182, AH238632, PS238632
WB27K10008CTWB27K10008, 3391095, AP5954424
WB12K19191D1001P020, WB12K0019, AP2020547, WB11K74, WB11K0074, 244881
WB27K5172AP2025155, 254348
WB27K5212WB27K5232, 254388, AP2025176
WB27K5213AP2025177, 254389
WB27T10207WB27T10035, EA238527, 191D1578P003, WB27K5336, PS238527, 911123, AH238527, WB27K5302, B017D776HM, AP3155965, 100-00794-00B
WB27T10308911158, AH238601, AP3184711, B0034ITV7I, EA238601, PS238601
WB27T10311911160, PS238603, EA238603, AH238603, AP3186915
WB27T10219PS238538, B00MOCQYH0, AP2633043, WB27T10070, WB27T10069, WB27T10086, EA238538, AH238538, WB27T10073, 875261
WB27T10083WB27T10330, WB12K12, WB12K0012, WB12K0010, 254521, AP2632694, 191D1001P005, WB12K0005, WB12K10, WB12K5
WB27T10272164D4171P023, PS238571, AP3155968, WB27T10273, 2102270035, EA238571, WB27T10066, AH238571, 911138, REB04XP023CN-AD, WB27T10065
WB27T10312PS238604, B001E8D1YE, EA238604, 911161, AH238604, AP3186178
WB27T10287AH238584, AP3155970, WB27T10140, PS238584, EA238584, WB27T10058, WB27T10057, 875280, B001DHLQTI, WB27T10059
WB27T10265AH238566, PS238566, AP3141629, 832673, WB27K5273, EA238566
WB27T10297AP3183444, B00MOCR1OK, 2102790058, EA238593, PS238593, 911154, AH238593, RED01XP025CN-AC, 164D4170P025
WB27T10277WB27T10037, AP3426947, WB27K5321, PS238575, AH238575, WB27T10278, EA238575, 911140, WB27K5272
WB27T10305EA238600, 911157, PS238600, AH238600, AP3183198
WB27T10211PS238531, AH238531, EA238531, AP2632964, 2102290056, 875257, REH02XP012CN-AG, 164D4105P012
86949AP4109547, 1423294
WB27T10336911174, EA238623, AP3188670, PS238623, AH238623
WB27K5140100-639-28, 254318, WB27K5107, AP2025145, WB27K5162
WB27K10007AH238021, AP2025074, 769758, EA238021, PS238021, WB11K10015
WB12K7EA231242, 244900, WB19X0270, AH231242, WB12K0007, PS231242, WB27K5037, WB19X270, AP2622274
WB27K5051AP2025107, 254237
WB27K5045AP2025101
WB27M13AP2632107, 345871, 346059, PS238355, WB27K5052, 254482, EA238355, AH238355, WB27M0013
WB27K5068254254, AP2025120
WB27T10327PS238616, AH238616, RGB03XP034CN-AC, EA238616, 191D1001P007, 346103, 164D4171P034, 100-673-00, 2105030048, WB27K5201, 942797, AP3156068, WB27K5056
WB27K5137WB27K5192, 254315, WB27K5074, WB27K5194, 100-639-48, WB27X5509, WB27K5158, WB19X277, WB19X0277, AP2632555, WB27K5193, WB27K5159, WB27K5160
318010102AH440917, 318010102R, AP2127066, 833235, EA440917, PS440917
316207511AH820139, PS820139, 316557511, B00E0CVZQC, AP3561834, SF5341-S7511, 316207531, SF5341-S7511-E, EA820139, 1036364
WB27K5047AP2025104, 254234, WB27K5119, 346514, AP2025103, WB27K5048
WB27K5203WB27K5197, WB27K5046, AP2025102, AP2025173, 254379, WB27K5116
WB27K5123254366, WB27K5190, AP2025136, AP2025165

Whirlpool and KitchenAid Oven Control Board Part Numbers Reference Chart

Several different part numbers are often used to describe the same electronic control board

It’s not uncommon for different part numbers to refer to the same board.  Manufacturers tend to revise parts and will usually assign a new number to the revision, even though it is essentially the same as the original.

To add to that, third party resellers and part houses have their own set of unique part numbers generated in-house for their inventory that get assigned to the OEM parts.

This means several entities have come up with many different numbers to describe one thing.

At ApplianceBoardRepair.com we want to eliminate any confusion when it’s time to get your board serviced.

So, here is a table of control board part numbers for common Whirlpool and Kitchen Aid ovens.

Primary Part NumberAlternate Part Numbers
62681755674, 82758, 701007, AP3395732, AP3391728, 82381, 82984
WPW10340935B00B8AF5A6, B008DJLFM2, AP6019929, B01HJRJXUY, B00D8ORLA2, 8303885, PS11753240, 8303885R, 8303505, B008DK302Y, 1877909, B008DK4TBK, W10340935, B004Q3V1NW
WPW10438709B008DK3ZOM, PS11754733, 8301915, 8302149, B001DPR1C6, 8302311, W10438709, W10251586, 2304734, B008DJLCRU, B004T85IFQ, B001MS1IE6, AP6021409, 8303017R, B008DK4XLQ, 8303017
WPW10438710W10340943, B004Q41HSU, 4446809, B00D8P88DA, B004Q4171M, W10105800, PS11754734, W10105800R, B008DK4KFK, B001DPTCSM, AP6021410, 8303819, B008DJNTEO, W10438710, 8303884
WPW10438750B004UUAQUA, 8303883, W10340941, B01HJRLHBM, B008DK4RQC, AP6021413, 8303883R, B0032XJV6G, B00B8A8WAQ, B008DK4JZ6, PS11754737, 3015163, B0048UIFBE, B00LHR5TUQ, 8303817, W10438750, W10244191
WPW10438752B07646YQSP, 8302305R, B008DJLCEI, 8303022, W10251587, 8301890, AP6021415, 8303018, B00L5G81LS, B00J8I7L0W, 8302305, W10438752, PS11754739, B001KGQF7U, B008DK3YJI, B001UGO42I, 2683891
4448876WPW10622237, W10622239, AP2929179, 4459411, 4448876R, W10622237
4452242590020, AP3030378, 4452242REXCR, 4452242R
44536614453661R, EA731496, AP3175498, 4453379, 4451986, 4452904, AH731496, PS731496, 4453165, 939594, 4453135
7601P233-60AH2090625, 100-644-00, 102990081, EA2090625, AP4102875, 7601P23360, 4381514, 709272, PS2090625
7601P214-607601P214-60R, AP4103856, 7601P21460, 709255, 879478, W10125294
48675200487604, 486752-REPL, 35-00-571, 14-33-347, 1013779, 35-00-751, 487604, AP2836528
5700M662-60AP4396710, 5700M66260, 71002959, 1543598
WPW10438751B0156NFM4Y, 2983186, 8301917, B008DK4XWK, B008DK407S, PS11754738, B004QIPDNQ, B01HJRLHAI, B00ECV2C3Q, W10438751, 8302319, B01LF2NQ2K, AP6021414, 8302319R, 8302152, W10406070
31692593169257, 3182392EXCR, 3169257EXCR, 497306, AP3095480, 3182392
31692583182391, 3169256EXCR, 3169256, 497305, AP3095479, 3182391EXCR
8186024961211, 4453193, AH734569, 4452900, EA734569, B008DJXTUS, B004XL32D4, PS734569, B008DJYWI6, AP3177932, B008DJXRIC, 4452892
318010700100-00755-00A, EA440925, PS440925, AH440925, 499452, AP2127072
WP710034018507P017-60, 696652, 100-01417-01
WB27K5053343557, 336327, 339188, 337178, 4337723, 4342559, 254239, 338894, 337179, AP2632540, 4338512, 336282, 4337741, 4337979, 336328, 339187, 4342561, 4337742, 335647, 340453
1200191412001914R, 71003399, 7428P058-60, AP4009507, 958653, 71001893, AH2003437, EA2003437, 100-00699-00A, PS2003437, 100-00699-01, 7428P036-60
318010102AH440917, 318010102R, AP2127066, 833235, EA440917, PS440917
316207511AH820139, PS820139, 316557511, B00E0CVZQC, AP3561834, SF5341-S7511, 316207531, SF5341-S7511-E, EA820139, 1036364
627901057339, 62697, AP3394531
62692755935, 756214, 755676, 82759, AP3390975, 756368, 82983, 701002, 82382, 1491393
83029674451991, EA973354, WP8302967, 4451856, 1057546, AP3767567, 4452898, AH973354, 4437919, PS973354, 808069101, 4452890, 4453664
708925AP4955221, 4453380
4453166AP4952782, 595178

Common Dacor Oven Control Board Part Numbers and Alternate Part Numbers

Electronic Control Boards can have multiple part numbers!

Manufacturers revise parts frequently to compensate for latent design flaws.  Generally, each revision of a part gets a new part number, despite the fact that the revision is functionally equivalent to the original part number.

Part houses and re-sellers tend to generate their own part numbers and assign those to OEM parts they distribute to assist their own inventory tracking.

This is how several different part numbers come to reflect the same board.

ApplianceBoardRepair.com does not want you to be confused by this when you need to get your board serviced.

Here is a reference table for common Dacor control board part numbers.

Primary Part NumberAlternate Part Numbers
627891094130, AP3392876, 62512, PS4265100, 82235, 62696
701006AP4369148
62707AP3393195, 755680, 62161
869491423294, AP4109547
6269282983, AP3390975, 82759, 755676, 1491393, 755935, 756214, 701002, 756368, 82382
62680755673, AP3394722, 62182, 755546
7010037544, 9087, 739077, 7358, AP4366834, AP3341188, P095135
7010051564361, AP3741904
6268182984, AP3395732, 82381, AP3391728, 82758, 755674, 701007

 

Dacor Control Board Repair ERD, ERSD, CPS, CPD, PGR

If your Dacor oven model number starts with ERD, ERS, CPS , CPD or PGR, there are two types of electronic control boards in the oven.  One is the ERC (aka clock, timer, main pcb or controller with display).  The second type is the power/relay board.  In general, if you are seeing an error code like F1, F3 or F4 to name some common ones, the problem will be with the clock.  If it is a light or heating problem, it could be either one and we recommend that you contact ApplianceBoardRepair, they will gladly advise you by email or phone.

The most common model numbers for this type of built in Dacor oven are: ERD36NGH, EGR30, ERDE36LPH, ERDE48LP, CPS127, ECS127, ECS136SBR, ERSD36LPH, ERSD30LP, ECPS227, ERSD48LP, ERDE48NGH, ERSD30, MRES30S, F220, ERSD48NGH, ECPD230, CPTS127, ERDE36LP, CPTS130, ERDE36NG, ERD48, ERDE36NGH, ERSD36NG, ERSD48NG, ERSD30LPH, ERD48NG, CPS230, CPD227, CPTS227, ERD36LP, MRE30S, ECS130, ECS136SCP, ERD36LPH, ERSD48LPH, ECS136SBK, ECPS230, ERSD36NGH, MCS127, CPS227, ERDE48LPH, ERD48LP, ERDE48NG, ECPS127, ERSD36LP, ECS136SCH, MCS130, CPTD227, ERD36NG, ECPD227, ERSD30NGH, CPS130, F221, ERSD30NG, M120, ECPS130, CPD230, M140

Common part numbers for the display board are: 701002, 82984, 62787, 82758, 62696, 62681, 62680,62512, 62685, 669527, 82759, 1057339, 62790, 755674, 62182, 82235, 701005, 701006, 7358, 62151, 62161, 82381, 755673, 7544, 701003,82983, 755546, 1564361, 62964, 755680, 1094130, 62697, 701007, 62707, 82382, 62692, 755676, AP4369148, 755675, 701004, 62789

The following illustration explains where it is and how it looks.

Location of Dacor Clock Control Board

Picture below is of ERC, Clock Control Board

Single vs Double Dacor Clock Controller

Now, the second board type in this oven.  It is called the relay, or power PCB

Still have questions? Contact ApplianceBoardRepair, they will gladly advise you by email or phone.

F2 Code Due to Harness Swap on GE Double Wall Oven – Model Series JKP , JTP, ZEK

This is a very specific post regarding an error code that can occur if you have been fiddling around with the connections and all of a sudden you are getting F2 error codes. If you or someone else has not, you can ignore this post.

Typical GE double oven controller image from

The F2 error code for the above GE/Kenmore controllers means that the oven cavity is about 600 to 700 degrees Fahrenheit when the oven is in normal baking mode.  This is a safety mechanism so that the controller shuts off the heating elements before the oven over heats and becomes a fire hazard.  If this code happens after you get a new board or a rebuilt board from ApplianceBoardRepair it is highly unlikely that the problem is real.

What can happen is that wire harness’s to the J3 and J4 connector get swapped during re-installation.  If this happens, when you turn on the upper oven, it will begin to heat the oven cavity, but the controller is trying to regulate the temperature using the sensor from the lower oven and it thinks that the oven is cool when in fact, it has the heating elements on and the upper oven is getting hot!  As the temperature rises above the safety temperature, the controller warns of F2 on the lower oven because the upper oven  thermistor(temp sensor) was plugged into the lower oven connector.  Confusing!! yeah, I know, but the fix is simple.  Swap the harness between the J3 and J4 connectors and the oven will run like a champ.  And as always, if you need help deciphering this blog or any other appliance related question, contact us at ApplianceBoardRepair

J3 J4 Mix Up On Popular Robert Shaw GE Double Controllers

This issue affects General Electric and Kenmore part numbers: WB27K5211, WB27K5047, WB27K5120, WB27K5119, WB27K5154, WB27K5046, WB27K5121, WB27K5210, WB27K5197, WB27K5048, WB27K5172, WB27K5116, WB27K5212, WB27K5203, WB27K5213

 

The model numbers that have this F2 harness swap issue are: ZEK755WP5WG, ZEK755WP4WG, ZEK755WP1, ZEK757WP3WG, JKP17WT2WW, JKP54GP4BG, ZEK755WP3WG, JTP17WT1WW, JKP16GV1BB, JCTP17WV3WW, ZEK756GP3BG, ZEK736GP1BG, ZEK737WP1WG, JKP56AT2AA, ZEK756GP5BG, ZEK736GP3BG, JCTP16GV1BB, JKP45WP2WG, JKP54GP3BG, JKP55WP2WG, JKP17WV1WW, ZEK756GP7BG, ZEK737WP2WG, JTP16GT1BB, ZEK754GP3BG, JCTP16GV3BB, JKP55WV1WW, ZEK757WP5WG, ZEK757WP6WG, JKP45WP3WG, JTP54GV1BB, JKP44GV1BB, JTP55WV1WW, ZEK756GP4BG, JKP44GP3BG, JKP16GT1BB, JKP16GP1BG, JKP17WP2WG, JTP55WV2WW, JKP18AS1AA, JKP18AT2AA, JKP44GP1, JTP45WV1WW, JKP18AT1AA, JTP54GV2BB, ZEK754GP1, ZET756GV1BB, ZET736GV1BB, ZEK737WP5WG, JCTP17WV1WW, ZEK736GP5BG, ZEK754GP5BG, ZEK757WP1WG, JKP54GT2BB, JTP17WV2WW, JKP44GP2BG, ZEK736GP6BG, JTP18AT2AA, JKP17WPI, JKP16GP2BG, JTP18AV1AA, JKP45WP1, JKP16GP4BG, ZEK755WP2WG, JKP18AV1AA, ZEK754GP4BG, JKP54GP2BG, ZET737WV1WW, JKP17WP1WG, JKP45WV1WW, ZET757WV1WW, ZEK737WP6WG, JKP56AS1AA, JTP16GV1BB, JKP55WT2WW, JTP56AV1AA, ZEK757WP2WG, ZEK737WP3WG, ZEK736GP4BG, ZEK754GP2BG, JTP18AT1AA, JKP55WT1WW, 3634842594, JKP55WP1WG, JTP44GV2BB, JKP16GT2BB, JTP44GV1BB, JTP18AV2AA, JKP54GT1BB, JKP16GP3BG, ZEK756GP6BG, JKP45WT2WW, JKP17WP3WG, ZEK755WP6WG, JTP45WV2WW, JKP44GT1BB, JTP56AV2AA, JKP54GP1BG, JKP44GP4BG, ZEK756GP2BG, ZEK754GP7BG, JTP16GV2BB, ZEK737WP4WG, ZEK736GP2BG, ZEK757WP4WG, JKP44GT2BB, JKP16GPI, JKP56AV1AA, JKP55WP3WG, ZEK754GP6BG, JTP17WV1WW, JKP54GV1BB, JKP17WT1WW, JKP45WT1WW, JKP56AT1AA

E6 F2 Error Code Failure and Sometimes Blank Screen – Control Board Failure

E6/F2 is one of the most common and most misunderstood error codes.  You will find many comments and opinions if you google E6 F2.  Some places will tell you to power cycle the oven or get a new touchpad.  Neither one will fix the root cause.  Don’t spend your money on a new touchpad if you are only getting the E6/F2 error code.    If you have questions please contact  ApplianceBoardRepair.  The control board rebuilt for $120 is the most cost effective solution to fix the E6 F2 error code.

E6 – F2 Error Code on Whirlpool Controller is ALWAYS the control board…not the touchpad

This post is relevant to a plethora of whirlpool part numbers.  The list of common part is, but not limited to:  AP6021410, B008DK407S, B004QIPDNQ, W10406070, WPW10438751, PS11754738, 8303817, B01HJRLHAI, W10105800, 4452890, WPW10438710, PS973354, WPW10438750, 8303819, 8302319R, B01LF2NQ2K, W10244191, 4451856, AP6021414, 4452898, W10340941, 4453664, 8303884, 4451991, W10438751, AP6021413, 8301917, W10105800R, AP3767567, 8302152, W10340943, 8302967, 8302319, EA973354, B00ECV2C3Q, W10438750, 1057546, PS11754734, PS11754737, W10438710, AH973354, 8303883, B0156NFM4Y, 8303883R, B008DK4XWK

Whirlpool Corp. Ovens – JennAir, Maytag, Magic Chef – Failed Touchpad, F1 & F7 codes. We have the solution!

F1 or F7 error code? Touchpad unresponsive? Random beeping?

These are telltale symptoms of touchpad failures for popular model series:

RB26, CWE9, W131, A947, C987, 9875, CWE7, 7721 and A987

Unfortunately, once these touchpads fail, they cannot be replaced.  Worse, replacements are no longer available.  Fear not…

We have a superior solution that does not involve replacing the appliance.

ApplianceBoardRepair exclusively brings you the BoardFruit LinkBox.  This innovative piece of tech lets you control your original home oven with a new 7″ touchscreen tablet.  The failed touchpad panel stays on the oven, preserving the original appearance of the appliance.


For $380, we will rebuild your control board and install a new LinkBox kit on your control panel.  The LinkBox kit itself costs $300, and you’ll need to install it yourself if you don’t send in your board.

Whether you wanted to get started on ordering your LinkBox, or if you just want to ask some questions, send us a message.


This post is specifically reaching out to people with the following model numbers and touchpad part numbers. If yours isn’t listed, don’t hesitate to inquire.

CWE9000BCE, CWE9000BDE, CWE9000CDE, CWE9000DDE, CWE9000BCB, CWE9000DDB, CWE9000BDB, CWE9000CDB, 9475VRV, 9875VRV, 9475XRB, 9875XRB, A9475XRB, A9475VRV, A9875XRB,  A9875VRV, C9875VRV, C9875XRB, L9875XRB, RB262PXAB0, RB262PXAB1, RB262PXAB2, RB262PXAB3, RB262PXAB4, RB262PXAB5, RB262PXAB6, RB262PXAQ0, RB262PXAQ2, RB262PXAQ3, RB262PXAQ4, RB262PXAQ5, RB262PXAQ6, RB262PXAW0, W131B, W131W, W131W-C

The Lexicon of Oven Electronics: Control Board, Relay Board, and Touchpad

Well versed in the language

The vast majority of home ovens these days are controlled by electronics.  Generally, a system of various electronic components are employed in unison to get the job done.

Lets take a look at the heavy hitters in these systems.

Electronic Control Board

aka: Electronic range controller (erc), electronic oven controller (eoc), Clock, Timer, controller, control module, control assembly, printed circuit board (pcb), Printed circuit Card (PC Card)

This is the kingpin.  Aptly named, the electronic control board controls the whole system.  Almost all of them take input from the keypad and have a display with the clock, temperature, etc.  Most of the time, they also directly sense temperature and control the heating elements and other apparati.

Control Boards have a pretty high failure rate.  If you need to get yours serviced, find your part on our site to get started, or send us an inquiry if it’s not listed.

Sometimes, control systems split the task between a few different boards.  When there is a board that appears to have little more than the clock, it can be referred to as Display Board, Display Head, or Control Head.

Relay Board

aka: Power Relay Board (PRB), Appliance manager

This board generally handles the oven apparati (elements, door locks, etc.) in the instances where the control system is split between different boards.

They are most readily identifiable by their bulky, boxy, typically black components called relays.  Relays are electronically controlled switches.  In this application, they are switching high voltage power onto the heating elements, or energizing lock motors, or passing electricity to the cavity lights, etc.  Relays are awesome.

Sometimes, the relay board and the main control board are assembled together in a module, but they are frequently separate as well.  Even when they are separated, the boards still work with each other, and thus are connected to each other by a bunch of wires and wiring harnesses.

If you’re experiencing oven control failures, be sure to send both boards in for repair.

Touchpad

aka: keypad, touch panel, panel assembly, membrane switch, membrane panel, control panel, membrane assembly

This is merely a keyboard.  It’s where all the buttons are that you press to make the oven do things.  The control board is constantly sensing state of the buttons on the touchpad and will kick into gear when a button is pressed.

The touchpad almost always connects to the control board via ribbon tape conductors.  These cables are wonderfully flexible, lending themselves to component swapping.  However, they are also extremely fragile and irreparable when damaged – handle with care.

In general, touchpads cannot be repaired when they fail – replacement is the only option.  Unfortunately, this gets extremely complicated by the fact that many touchpads are obsolete.  Occasionally, you can find original touchpads available on sites like eBay, but these are very risky to purchase.  They are probably used and already broken.

Luckily, we have developed some great tech that gets around this problem and saves you form scrapping your entire appliance in the event of touchpad failure.  ApplianceBoardRepair and BoardFruit, Inc. have partnered together, exclusively offering the BoardFruit LinkBox to get you out of these dilemmas.


That wraps up the language lesson for today! Don’t hesitate to ask questions or send an inquiry if you’d like to know more.

Whirlpool, KitchenAid Electric Ovens: E1 F2/E2 F2 Error Code, bad keypad – all is not lost!

Oven not responding to buttons? E1 F2 / E2 F2 error code? Random Beeping?

These symptoms almost certainly indicate a failed Whirlpool/KitchenAid keypad, which are frequently no longer available, or prohibitively expensive.  There is a small chance that the ribbon cable connecting the keypad to the control board has come loose, or that the control board itself has failed.

To inspect the ribbon cable, you simply just need to get eyes on the backside of the control panel. If you need instructions on how to access the control cabinet, refer to this post.

Always cut power to the oven at the breaker before performing any maintenance.

The ribbon cable looks like a piece of tape that is protruding from the backside of the panel and inserts into a connector on the electronic control board.  If it’s snugly inserted, then that’s not the problem.

So is it the control board or the keypad on the control panel that has failed?

This is a pretty tough question to answer without the proper expertise.  Luckily, we are experts in this matter, and we have solutions for either failure.

In our experience, control board failure causes E1 F2 and other keypad related fail symptoms less than 1% of the time.  But, it never hurts to inspect.

How do I inspect the control board, and how would I replace a keypad that’s no longer available?

The answer to control board and keypad failures

Send us the whole control assembly – panel/keypad and board.  ApplianceBoardRepair technicians can thoroughly diagnose the system.  If we determine that the board isn’t the root cause of failure, we can upgrade the control assembly with the BoardFruit LinkBox – which is available exclusively at ApplianceBoardRepair.

What is the BoardFruit LinkBox?

Well, you could check out the BoardFruit website to learn a little more, but here’s everything you need to know:

  • All keypad functions are exported from the panel to a 7″ touchscreen tablet
  • A small electronic module is installed on the backside of the panel that connects to the control board through a new ribbon cable in place of the old one
  • The original appearance of the panel’s front side is unaltered
  • The original keypad buttons will no longer function (but it sounds like they were dead already…)

 

  • The tablet operates the oven through a remote Bluetooth connection
  • The tablet comes with a cool charger and stand assembly that readily mounts over any standard outlet
  • It costs $300.00 and is backed by a one year warranty
  • For $380.00, we’ll refurbish the control board as well, which will also be guaranteed for a year (you should always choose this option)

The LinkBox Tablet on its charger stand

 

If this sounds like it’s the right move for you, then send us a message to get started.  Feel free to ask any questions, too.


This post is intended to help people struggling with the following part and model numbers.  If yours isn’t listed, don’t hesitate to send us an inquiry.

Panel Part NUmbers:

4451066, 4451067, 4452035, 4452036, 4451322, 4451323, 4452040, 4452041, 4451301, 4451302, 4451304, 4451305, 4451307, 4451308, 4451310, 4451311, 4451313, 4451314, 4451316, 4451327, 4451328, 4451333, 4451334, 4451336, 4451337, 4451339, 4451340, 4451341, 4451342, 4451343, 4451345, 4451346, 4451347, 4451348, 8300457, 8300460, W10161677


related model numbers:

CAWX629JQ0, EAT19PMW6, EAT19PTWR6, EAT19PTW6, ED20TQXEW00, GBD277PDB0, GBD277PDB1, GBD277PDQ0, GBD277PDQ1, GBD277PDS1, GBD307PDB0, GBD307PDB1, GBD307PDQ0, GBD307PDQ1, GBD307PDS1, GBS277PDB0, GBS277PDB1, GBS277PDQ0, GBS277PDQ1, GBS277PDS1, GBS307PDB0, GBS307PDB1, GBS307PDQ0, GBS307PDQ1, GBS307PDS1, GBS307PDT1, GMC275PDB0, GMC275PDB1, GMC275PDQ0, GMC275PDQ1, GMC275PDS1, GMC305PDB1, GMC305PDQ0, GMC305PDQ1, GSC308PJB2, GSC308PJB3, GSC308PJB4, GSC308PJQ2, GSC308PJQ3, GSC308PJQ4, GSC308PJS2, KEMC307KBL0, KEMC308KBL0, KEMC308KBT0, KEMC308KSS0, KEMC308KWH0, KEMS308GBL3, KEMS308GSS0, KEMS308GSS1, KEMS308GSS2, KEMS308GSS3, KEMS308GWH3, LA7800XTN1, M1100, PDB1420AWX, RBD245PDB1, RBD245PDB2, RBD245PDB3, RBD245PDB4, RBD245PDB6, RBD245PDQ1, RBD245PDQ2, RBD245PDQ3, RBD245PDQ4, RBD245PDQ6, RBD275PDB1, RBD275PDB2, RBD275PDB3, RBD275PDB4, RBD275PDB6, RBD275PDQ1, RBD275PDQ2, RBD275PDQ3, RBD275PDQ4, RBD275PDQ6, RBD305PDB1, RBD305PDB2, RBD305PDB4, RBD305PDB6, RBD305PDQ1, RBD305PDQ2, RBD305PDQ4, RBD305PDQ6, RBD306PDB1, RBD306PDB2, RBD306PDB4, RBD306PDB6, RBD306PDQ1, RBD306PDQ2, RBD306PDQ4, RBD306PDQ6, RBD306PDZ1, RBD306PDZ2, RBS245PDB1, RBS245PDB2, RBS245PDB4, RBS245PDB6, RBS245PDQ1, RBS245PDQ2, RBS245PDQ4, RBS245PDQ6, RBS275PDB1, RBS275PDB2, RBS275PDB4, RBS275PDB6, RBS275PDQ1, RBS275PDQ2, RBS275PDQ4, RBS275PDQ6, RBS277PDB1, RBS305PDB1, RBS305PDB2, RBS305PDB4, RBS305PDB6, RBS305PDQ1, RBS305PDQ2, RBS305PDQ4, RBS305PDQ6, RBS305PDZ1, RB788GD1

Open fuse can “kill” Whirlpool and KitchenAid electric wall ovens. Easy to fix!

Dead Whirlpool/KitchenAid oven? Blank display, no beeping, nothing…

This happens too often, and it can be the result of one of a few different parts of the oven failing.  A frequent conclusion is that the control board is faulty, but there is often an open fuse in line with power to the control board, which can have the same effect.

The typical control board in question is shown below.

Whirlpool Control Board 4452242 – front

Whirlpool Control Board 4452242 – back

Whirlpool Thermal Fuse WP4451042

To check the fuse, cut power to the oven at the breaker and expose the control board behind the panel.  Refer to this post if you need help accessing the control board.

Use an ohmmeter to check for continuity through the fuse.  If you don’t know how to do that, refer to this instructional video from RepairClinic.

If the fuse is good, but the control board still won’t light up when power is applied to the oven, it needs to be repaired.

We fix these boards for $120.00 and they come backed by a one-year warranty.  Head to ApplianceBoardRepair.com, enter your information, and get a shipping label in less than five minutes!

The following part and model numbers are those most frequently associated with this failure.  Have a question or need help finding a part?  Send us an inquiry anytime.


OEM PART NUMBER: 4448876
Aka:
4448876R, AP2929179

BRANDS:
Whirlpool

MODELS:
RBD276PDQ1, RBD275PDQ2, RBD307PDB2, RBD245PDB4, GBD307PDB0,
RBD305PDB1, RBD277PDB1, RBD245PDQ4, RBD275PDQ1, RBD305PDB3,
RBD306PDB2, RBD245PDB2, PBK1227, RBD275PDB2, RBD306PDQ1,
RBD277PDB2, RBD305PDB4, GBD307PDQ0, RBD307PDQ2, RBD305PDQ6,
RBD275PDB3, RBD277PDQ2, RBD276PDB1, RBD275PDQ3, RBD305PDB2,
GBD277PDB0, RBD305PDQ4, RBD306PDZ2, RBD276PDB4, RBD306PDB4,
RBD307PDB1, RBD305PDQ1, RBD305PDB6, RBD275PDQ4, RBD277PDB4,
RBD306PDQ2, RBD245PDB1, RBD306PDZ4, RBD305PDQ2, RBD277PDQ4,
RBD276PDQ4, RBD307PDQ1, RBD245PDQ3, RBD245PDQ1, RBD306PDZ1,
RBD276PDB2, RBD306PDQ4, RBD277PDQ1, RBD275PDB4, RBD245PDB3,
RBD306PDB1, RBD307PDQ4, RBD305PDQ3, RBD276PDQ2, GBD277PDQ0,
RBD275PDB1, RBD245PDQ2


OEM PART NUMBER: 4452242
Aka:
4452242R, AP3030378

BRANDS:
Whirlpool

MODELS:
GBD277PDB1, RBD275PDB6, GBD307PDB1, GBD277PDQ1, GBD307PDQ1,
RBD245PDQ6, GBD307PDT1, GBD307PDS1, RBD275PDQ6, GDB277PDQ1,
RBD276PDQ6, RBD306PDB6, GBD277PDS1, RBD306PDQ6, GDB277PDB1,
RBD245PDB6, RBD276PDB6, RBD306PDZ6