Question about Ovens
Oh dear, this sounds like an electronic digital clock that has suffered from spike damage. You could try disconnecting from the mains, leaving off for 10 minutes and restarting, it frequently works.
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
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Unfortunately this is a frequent result of a power failure. You should know that during power failure we often have also a voltage variation. This variation is burning out thousands of clocks - control board in many ovens, fridges e.t.a. usually is a partial damage on the clock-control board however there is not any solution but to replace it with a new one.
However in your case first in not an ordinary control of about $150-$200 but it is cost $407. In addition you have mention that the oven work normal so you should decide if you would live with it since the damage in only for the clock time or go on to replace it.
Here below we have a link with the parts layout of your oven in which you can also see the parts codes and the price of the control board and if you wand you can even order it.
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