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Oven stuck on pre-set temperatures!

All of a sudden, our oven is stuck on certain temperatures. For instance, if you hit Bake, instead of being able to choose a temperature, 350 appears, with a little "Set" flashing off to the left of the temp. You can do nothing but press "Start" or "Clear." No adjustments can be made. If you choose Conv. Bake, you get 325 degrees. If you press the 9 and 10 (marked "control lockout"), all you can do is lower a temp, not raise it. Very bizarre. This may have been the result of a short power outage, but that may have been coincidental. Help?

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Re: Oven stuck on pre-set temperatures!

Replace Electronic Range Control (ERC)and touch pad sorry .

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