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Oven Temp Display

The display is blank and it has 120VAC to the display plugs. I assume the module has gone bad. Before I pay $150 do you have anything I could check?

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Re: Oven Temp Display

If the oven doesnt work and the display is blank then you would have to get a control board for the unit.

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