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Alarm continusly dings and display is blank.

This is a Jenn-Air model JJW5830BAW. The display was getting very dim. I disconneted the front panel wire plugs and reconnected. Now the display is blank and the alarm continously dings. I turned off breaker to oven.

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Spencer...I hope you did this with the power off! First, disconnect all connections and reconnect them. You may have forced a connector. Likely the board is blown...the display and microprocessor are closely connected.

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