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nooven  
#1 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2008 1:33:47 PM(UTC)
nooven

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We had a local power outage and when the power company restored the power 1 hour later, my LED display with clock and oven control keypad no longer worked. The stove top burners and their dials work fine. I turned off breaker for a little while and turned back on and still the same. We would like to fix ourselves but don't know what to replace. The range is only two years old.
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richappy  
#2 Posted : Sunday, December 7, 2008 4:08:17 PM(UTC)
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You probably have a blown control module. If power surges are common, it would be worth it to get a surge protector in the breaker panel.
If you have a meter, you can check for power to the module: if power this confirms a bad module.
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