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 Posted: Sat Jul 10th, 2010 08:17 pm
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Hello,

I was here for a fridge problem about 4 months ago, and I'm back for a problem with range/oven.
I'm glad I know a place to come to :)

My GE range/oven (J S900BOK BB) started to beep and display code "F-7 56".
I did some research and it seems like a common problem and I wanted to fix it myself.
But I can't figure out how to remove the keypanel :(


The top of the range looks like this.  (I removed the switch caps for turning range on/off)


I removed the 5 screws underneath.
But I still can't remove the keypanel (or the whole part around keypanel).


I read some range needs to be pulled out about 2 inches to remove other screws there, but I didn't find any that seems like it.


I see more screws when I look directly from the bottom, but these are too far from the keypanel to be holding the keypanel.



It will be a big help if someone could explain me how I can remove the keypanel.

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 Posted: Sat Jul 10th, 2010 10:33 pm
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from a similar model:

1) Remove the 4 knobs and the retainer nuts under the knobs.



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Thank you!!!
I opened it.
I tried disconnecting and reconnecting the key panel but it didn't help.
So, I just unhooked the key panel for now.
Now, I need to think if its worth fixing since it's 5 years old and I rarely use oven.
Once a year at most.
I might just leave it disconnected and only use the range.
Thank you again :)

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F7 Shorted Start Key

click on picture Touchpad $ 59



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Thank you for the help.
I ordered it about 2 months ago and the range/oven is now working fine.

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