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Electric panel not working

I am unable to engage most of the control panel and most of the numbers, however some do work, so it is not a blown fuse. Also the convection will not engage. Oven is five years old, started lossing a few button first, then other stopped working.

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You have a common problem for that oven the key pad fails from wear try to find a replacement it should be fine after that.

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