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Hello and welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I will be helping you with your range. Please give me the model number found by the left leg by pulling out the drawer.
Thank you. Let me look that up.
I found your model. I am looking at it now.
Still examining the diagram.
You either have a bad terminal block, cord (or both), or a bad wall socket, a bad breaker, or a bad control board.
It is most likely the terminal block or cord.
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There seems to be a problem with the system. Sorry.
I would first pull the range out, make sure the plug is properly seated, then examine the terminal block behind the plate on the back.
If you see nothing unusual, then try cycling the breaker.
You need to then check for 220V at the terminal block. If you have it, then the back needs to come off of the range and the wiring examined to make sure none have burned off.
If you find no other issues, then the control board is at fault.
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Let me check. That is a long code - longer than I am used to seeing.
That is not coming up as a valid code. I think the loud bang was your terminal block possibly melting and one of the hot wires touching the metal cabinet.
If you are getting 220 to the control panel then it is probably bad. As for the loud bang, I would examine all of the wiring for shorts to ground. Also look at the back of the cabinet for burn marks.
The terminal block is where the cord connect to the range.
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If you are getting 220 to the board, and the board is not working, then it likely had an internal short. You can replace it with a RepairClinic board and have a 365 day return policy. Here is the link: https://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Control-Board/WB27T11351/2700888
If you turn one of the burners on and the panel lights up, then you have a power problem.
You have a bad neutral or hot line somewhere. I have seen that before.
I'm not aware of any other way than power cycling it. I don't think it is locked. Especially if it lights up when you turn a burner on. It should be independent of the burners.
You need to trace the 220 all the way from the terminal block to the board and verify that you have 220v before replacing the board.
I hope this helps.
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