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Digital oven displaying all "8s"

Old Kenmore oven with digital display. Suddenly all "8s" are showing. Re-set breaker but did not help.

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Turn the power off on the range for at least 5 minutes this will reset the computer. Just turning the breaker on and off will not reset it. If this does not fix the problem You need a new clock.

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