"Poor component selection for construction."1.5 starson by dcbpower
Pros: A nice number of features when it works.
Cons: Poor pre-sales testing!
Summary: Before you try to fix this keep in mind you can damage the wires if you pull on them too hard, most connector have a lock on them that requires you to push or pull something before removing the wire(s).
The Self Cleaning option overheats the main board behind the control panel. The connectors going to the display for the burners and the buttons lose proper contact. After having the main board replaced it worked until the next self cleaning. After complete disassemble and inspection the fault was narrowed down to where the front panel plugs into the main board. The plastic on the connectors is softened during the self cleaning cycle and the metal parts seem to be softened and possibly oxidized. Repeated reinsertion of the connectors solved the problem intermittently. A second attempt was successful after all connectors were unplugged and sprayed with silicone spray. I used a 3% silicone spray normally used for plastic molding machines but any electronic silicone spray should work. Remember to unplug the stove and let it sit for a while so you don't zap yourself or the circuit boards. If you can raise the humidity in the room you lower the chance of static electricity damaging the electronics while you handle them. Lots of screws to remove as you have to take all panels off the back of the stove. You don't need to unscrew any other parts, just the back covers. (Electrical, Bottom & Top) Good luck :-)
Perhaps this has been fixed by now, but if you are having the problem you can call them and see if they cover it or you can do it your self iv you are good with small connectors.