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GE gas slide in range JGSP31GER blanking out

Oven and broiler is ok through setting temp then when entering bake or broil starts blinking 100 then (red display)
blanks out. For a while after that trying to hit bake or broil again won't respond. When it does later on the same
problem arises. Today it blinked 100 and after you could here the gas heating up the red part of the display
blanked out again, and gas turned off. is there a simple check to perform here rather than replace the $250-$300 ERC display?
GE gas slide in range JGSP31GER

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