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Front panel off

Helllo, the front lcd panel is not working due to a heating episode when doing a self oven cleaning the unit overheated and the break was triped. After power back on only the burners work and not he LCD panel that controls the oven and the microwave. Any suggestions would be appreciated CR

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I have a es200/300 smooth top frigidare, the bave will not heat up, every other botton works fine, help please

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Re: Front panel off

A lot of theese ranges have whats called a thermal fuse or tco that will open when the oven goes into an over heat condition i don't have access to sharps data but if you call you local appliance parts store they can look it up for you and tell you where it is youll have to buy a new one any way

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