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I Have the whirlpool Oven RBD306PDQ8 - The power went out in our neighborhood, when it came back on the clock display will not appear. We can set the clock, it stays on the panel for about 10-20 seconds then goes off. If we hit the clock button, the correct time appears, but then goes off again in 10-20 sec. What is wrong with it?

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When the power came back on, it sent a power surge to the ERC (clock assembly). Try turning the oven breaker off for 10-15 minutes, this is to reset the ERC. If the display still doesn't work, you will need to replace the ERC-Electronic Range Control.

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