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I have a kenmore induction range - model 970 6701. I has worked fine for 10 days but now has stopped all functions. I have checked the power house breaker. Every 10 min the lights and beep come on for

Model 970 6701 Initially the controls came back after a few min. I rest the oven and it lasted for 20 min, after this happened twice the controls quit entirely. I flipped the house breaker off and on to make sure that was working. Should I unplug the stove for now??

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