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The problem is that your display board has either shorted somewhat, or your oven is only getting 110 volts instead of 220 volts. You'll need to try to flip the breaker off and back on to see if the issue will reset. If not then you need to pull the oven forward and follow the power cord connected to the back of the oven. Test power between the 2 outer power wires on the power cord and you should have 220 volts. If not, try to check the power cord or outlet or call an electrician. If you have 220 volts, you need to replace the display board.
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Yes, but I'll bet the oven does not heat up like "normal" when you switch it on. That is because it's not getting 220 volts or the display board is bad. May answer is still the same and it's 100% accurate.
OK then if it does heat up you've narrowed the problem down to just the control board. Because the elements can't heat and get orange without 220 volts. The fact they heat up means your oven is getting 220 volts. So you'll need to replace the control board.
there is no way we can guarantee anything. But if you buy the part from a place like Repairclinic.com they have a policy that allows returns on parts.
Yes they do allow you to return electrical parts. And again, the door switch is completing a circuit in the board which is shorted from the normal power inputs on the board. Boards can fail in hundreds of different ways, this is just one of the somewhat more unique ways that it has failed.
Then your board is still bad or the oven really isn't getting 220 volts and heating as you say it is. You can try to do anything you want---my answer will not change.
To tell the control board your door is shut.
Yes, you said that. I'm not sure why we are going in circles.
The fix is replacing the control board. As I stated before---nothing you say or nothing I say will change that. The fix is the same.
It needs it for an input for when it self cleans.
ok good luck
Hello again. I'm just following up because I haven't heard back from you and I see this question is still open. Is there anything else I can help you with?