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A friend of mine has an Amana wall oven model #AOCD2770WW serial # 0107224062 I have not looked at it yet but she described the problem as: The oven light works, cannot set clock or move timer, bake- cannot set temp, and temp/timer up and down buttons do not work. I called Amana this morning and the service tech said to try A hard reset by cycling the main power off for about 15 minutes and then back on. I will do that this evening. He then said if this does not work to call back to schedule service. Which I am not going to do. If I discover that it is the controller does any one have any ideas and a part number?

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Looks like this unit has a seperate timer control and relay board - need to find which one has failed, with Amana parts, it's important to have also the manufacturing number which will be very similar to the model number.
You may also consider contacting fixyourboard.com and see if they can repair your current control



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I went to look at this thing Friday night. I found burnt traces on the ribbon cable from the touch pad. She said this happened after she cleaned it. I know this lady and when she cleans she doesn’t mess around. I’m wondering if she might have squirted to much super cleaning solution on it and shorted the traces. I have A trace repair pen but I don’t know if It will work. If I have to have it repaired I will. If I can find one and replace it I can do that. Pics Below.

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Another one.

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And yet another one

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And The last one.

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Ouch ! looks like the membrane may be F.U.B.A.R

In which case you will need to replace the glass touchpad ass'y

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Not gettin' much love with this sumbitch right cheer. I just got off the phone with Amana they're telling me it is back ordered until March 2011. I was kinda hopin' sometime before thanksgiving. It is a wall oven after all. No turkey and biscuits for this poor lady this year and and it's 30 miles to the nearest KFC. I got a couple of local appliance guys looking for one but they're having the same luck as me. I'm the plant electrician at a manufacturing company and I have a rule. Because are machine operators are primates, "if they have to touch any part on the controls you better have A spare one on the shelf." But that's just me. This reminds me of working on some of our German machines. It's like they never build two machines alike and when you give them their Pt # they don't know what you're talking about. If anyone has one on their truck let me know. I might see if that board guy can fix it or I might fix it myself. How come I get all the cool jobs.

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MEMBRANE SWITCH

31795902W   White   N/A

31795901B    Black   N/A

31950701SS   Stainless Steel  ? ?  Out of Stock (usually ships within 14 days) ? ?

http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Assy-membrane-switch/889285


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    I believe if I read this right the 31795902W white is N/A. The stainless one is available in 14 days. The one the link is attached to is available in 14 days. The part #s are starting to confuse me. Amana gave me W0309305. My local appliance parts lady gave me Y0309305. The link says 889285. If I found one I sure would not it to be wrong.

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    RegUS_PatOff wrote: MEMBRANE SWITCH

    31950701SS   Stainless Steel  ? ?  Out of Stock (usually ships within 14 days) ? ?

    http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Assy-membrane-switch/889285

    1-800-269-2609, 8 am to midnight ET, 7 days

    31950701SS    RepairClinic # 889285

    # 24 on diagram

    MEMBRANE SWITCH  31950701SS 


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    W0309305 ...  Y0309305 is the (Relay) Circuit Board

    # 19 on same (upper) diagram



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    RegUS_PatOff wrote:


    Any part ordered from RepairClinic can be returned in original condition
    within 30 days for a refund (less shipping).



    That is correctum, including special order parts.



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    Yea I don't think she will be cool with stainless. I guess I will just fix this one.

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    :oops: I hate to be the bearer of bad tidings here...but the stainless membrane is NLA (no longer available) as well, and this is, unfortunately, NOT one of those boards that can be rebuilt...at least, as far as Amana knows.

    All 3 parts - White, Black, and Stainless, are obsolete.

    And it wasn't a technician you spoke to when you called Amana; it was a Consumer Loyalty Representative. Shortly after Whirlpool purchased Maytag (and their associated family brands), they instituted a policy that Technical Assistance would not be assisting the general public for several reasons.

    A) Because Americans can be litiginous...even when they injure themselves by not using common sense, following directions, or being really dumb (ah, the War Stories I could tell...but that's another thread)... and

    B) It was getting to the point that the TechLine, whos main function is to assist authorized technicians in the field when they run into real puzzlers, was not readily available to those technicians. Any former ABS Techs out there recall waiting 45 minutes to get through?

    C) The inability of authorized technicians to reach TechLine to resolve an In-Warranty issue was resulting in Whirlpool having to replace products that were not being repaired in a timely manner.

     

    'Nuff said! 


    Oh, and sorry about the oven!



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    Ah! The (obsolete) word. Every technician in every field’s nightmare. The word your costumer/boss/bean counter, certainly doesn’t want to hear. In the industry I’m in I hear it so much I’ve just become numb to it. It used to bother me a lot. Now I expect it. The whole thing is double edged sword. On one hand I have to be an advocate of technology. It is a major part of my job. Better, faster, smaller, smarter, more flashy lights. That’s the way it is, and probably for good reason. On the other hand sometimes I miss the giant knobs, switches, timers, buttons that you could replace with a Radio Shack toggle switch if you had to until you could get the right one. I have parts in my inventory that haven’t changed in design since WW 2. I’ve got other parts that have an upgrade every 5 years. I have ran into circumstances where A part has failed and there have been two or three upgrades since that one was built. It’s just frustrating to junk A good whatever it is because you need some little part. Then you have these Johnny and Betty do-gooders who don’t want their landfills filled up by our throw away society. Or that it took dinosaur oil to build the part. I guess if nothing ever changed we would all still be cruising around in model T’s. I bet we would be happy though.

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    I heartily agree!

    As a so-called member of "the fairer sex", I find it disconcerting that every time I finally find something I really like - that is unique, and works for ME -  it gets discontinued!

    "Everafter" from Avon...(sigh)...

    But you're right...they just don't build 'em to last the way they used to!



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    Ok then. I am off to send the board to the board repair people. If they say they can,t do anything with it i,ll take a whack at 'er my self. It's crunch time and I got nutt'in to loose.

    Robin The Hood you have probably tried this already (in regards to Everafter)http://www.auntjudysattic.com/Avon_Facts.htm They say there is A replacement. And this one http://www.shop.com/Avon+Everafter+Womens+Eau+De+Cologne+1+7oz-300823318-p+.xhtml

    And http://cgi.ebay.com/BIG-AVON-1990-EVERAFTER-COLOGNE-1-7ozSPRAY-DISCONTINUED_W0QQitemZ370224667951QQcmdZViewItemQQptZfragrance

    I will keep you peoples informed on the board if anyone is interested.

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    Whoo! I'll have to check that out!

    Thanks for the tip!



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    would love to know how it went.

     

    Customer needs the same board.....

     

    Doubt it can be repaired....burnt beyond recognition

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    Just got my magic fix it juice from Newark Electronics today. Waiting for the board to return from Fixyourboard.com They said they didn't really have a good fix for the board. So like I said it's crunch time and I have nothing to lose. So I am going to give it a shot. I will take pictures of the repair process and share them with y'all. I will also give you a report on the success or failure of said repair.

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