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Digital temp controls-stay out & no control of ref.temp.

I have a GE side by side and it is equipped with a digital temp readout and touchpad control. The problem is: the red L.E.D. (0-9) display is out, and the temp set touchpads do do adjust the temperature. I replaced the control board and this made no difference.
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