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Touchpad buttons dead

The 4,5,6,8,0 Convect Bake and Meat Probe buttons on my Jenn-Air JGS8750 suddenly died. I cycled the power (off & on) but still dead. Any suggestions?

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Re: Touchpad buttons dead

Most people don't know there is a 5 year warrantee on solid state electronics. or else i found the part on I don't know if they will be cheaper

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Get your wallet out. About $600.00

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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