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Thread: [FIXED] Whirlpool GBD307 F2 E6 Error

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    Default [FIXED] Whirlpool GBD307 F2 E6 Error

    I have read several threads about this error message and think I know what I need to do. Can you tell me how to remove the control panel to check the connection(s)?

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    Hi,

    Your missing some letters and numbers after the "7" at the end of your model#.

    These are the results I get:

    GBD307PDB0
    GBD307PDB1
    GBD307PDB2
    GBD307PDB3
    GBD307PDB4
    GBD307PDB5
    GBD307PDB6
    GBD307PDB7
    GBD307PDQ0
    GBD307PDQ1
    GBD307PDQ2
    GBD307PDQ3
    GBD307PDQ4
    GBD307PDQ5
    GBD307PDQ6
    GBD307PDQ7
    GBD307PDS1
    GBD307PDS2
    GBD307PDS3
    GBD307PDS4
    GBD307PDS5
    GBD307PDS6
    GBD307PDS7
    GBD307PDT3
    GBD307PDT4
    GBD307PDT5
    GBD307PDT6
    GBD307PDT7
    GBD307PDB09 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PDB10 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PDQ09 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PDQ10 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PDS09 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PDS10 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PDT09 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PDT10 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRB00 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRB01 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRQ00 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRQ01 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRS00 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRS01 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRS02 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRT00 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)
    GBD307PRY01 30" Built - in Electric Double Oven Convection - Upper Self - Clean (gold Line)

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    Sorry. The remaining information is: GBD307PRB00

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    Thanks,

    To access inside your control panel open your oven door then take off the side trim#2 here on each side:
    http://c.searspartsdirect.com/lis_pn...7220-00001.png
    I believe it just has one screw on each side holding in the trim, then once the trim is off you will see 2 screws on each side of the bottom of your control panel.

    Make sure you turn the breaker off to your oven first.

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    Jake,

    I removed the side trim #2 pieces from both sides. There are 4 screws in a horizontal position under the control panel. When I remove them a small piece of trim is loose but the body of the control panel is still pretty tightly secured. I can not find any other screws and I'm concerned that too much pressure will break the assembly. What am I missing?

    Dan

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    Jake,

    I wised up and realized I needed to slide the built in our of the cabinet to access the screws you were talking about. I tilted the control panel forward and checked all of the wire connections to make sure they are seated and they appear to be. I read on another site to use a clean pink eraser and isopropyl alcohol to clean the contacts for the flexible keypad connector cable. I did that and there was "dirt" on the contacts. I put everything back and turned on the breaker. I still do not get any display. All of the buttons work as I can turn on the oven light, and even the ovens, but no display. Which part do I need to order..?

    Thanks,

    Dan

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    Ok Dan,

    You would need the electronic clock control board.

    Here's the electronic clock control board assembly for your model you can order:
    Manufacturer part number 8303883 is RepairClinic item number 1179710
    8303883

    If you purchase parts from our links here and you install them and it doesn't fix the problem, you have a 365 day full refund when you return them.

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    Thanks Jake.

    I'll let you know how things turn out.

    Dan

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    Ok, sounds good Dan.

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    Working great.

    Thanks for your help.

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