Replacing the MaxFire Touch Pad

Reasons for changing the touch pad:
• • LED’s are burned out on the touch pad Buttons have stopped working on the touch pad

Tools needed to change the touchpad:
• • Short Philips screwdriver Scraper or putty knife

Replacing the touchpad:
□ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ Unplug the stove. Remove the top screw on each side of the back panel of the stove. See Figure 1. Slide the control panel forward and lift up to remove. See Figure 2. Mark the two cables as per their orientation. See Figure 3. Carefully unplug the touch pad from the ribbon cable (the plug is just under the touch pad). Remove the old touch pad. Carefully remove the backing on the new touch pad. Feed the connector through the cutout in the control panel. Carefully line up the touch pad in the recess. Gently make sure the cable for the touch pad is pulled all the way out from behind the touch pad. Press the touch pad down firmly all the way around. DO NOT BEND. The touch pad is extremely fragile. Plug the touch pad into the ribbon cable in the same orientation as the old touch pad. Install the control panel onto the stove. Install the two screws on the back panel of the stove. Plug the stove in. Test for proper operation.

DWG. NO. 4000428 Rev B

10/2007

Kit 4000072

Figure 1

Figure 2

Figure 3

DWG. NO. 4000428 Rev B

10/2007

Kit 4000072

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