Here's one asking for guidance, or help to get it fixed. NOT motorcycle related. I have a Kenmore gas stove from 1994. The stove hasn't been used much and is in almost perfect condition. It has an electronic control unit which shows the time, and controls the heat and cooking time etc., of the oven. We had a thunderstorm not long ago, and the unit suddenly stopped operation altogether, beeped constantly and showed a code"F1" in its read-out. :huh So I took a picture of the connections for later, and took the unit out of the stove, intending to fix or replace it. My first attempt was to Sears Parts online. No longer available. Then I called Sears Parts and the guy said, "Yep, that part's been superseded, but we have a replacement." I set up the buy, and waited. Next day came an email saying "Sorry, your order has been cancelled, we don't have them any more' So I called 'em back, got passed around for a while, and ended up where I started. :ddog On to Google for advice. To make a long story short, the unit is no longer available, I found a repair service, they recognised it and I shipped it to them. Then came an email from there saying, " Can't fix it, sorry, go to ebay. Oh, and if you pay us $22 we'll ship it back" Fair enough,did that, have it back. A sticker says " beyond repair, bad micro", and it does look as if someone has opened it up. Kenmore part # is WB12K0006 It's marked with GE-14500-GE / 100-396-028 and date 17-93 also Robertshaw Controls Co. on the circuit board. I'm presuming "micro" means micro chip. Can anyone here refer me to somewhere it can be fixed? I'm watching for one on ebay too I really don't want to buy a new stove........ Thanks for reading.