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GE Profile JGB97 Self Cleaning Oven Controls won't work

All of a sudden, the digital oven controls wouldn't work any longer. I can't activate the bake, broil, timer settings, or even change the clock. There's still power to the controls because the clock is still correctly working. The only response I get is when I hit the "clear/off" button, it beaps. All other buttons are inactive. I tried unplugging the unit hoping it would somehow reset itself, but no help. Is there maybe a fuse or something seperate from the clock that works these controls? And if it's something like the heating element, then why wont' the oven timer even activate?

The self cleaning was in operation, 3/4 the way through the process...the digital screen started displaying 888 8888 across it. I've tried using the manual and nothing works...I've turned off at the circuit...it still displaye the same message. The door has unlocked and the oven is turned off....
Nothing works. The stove works and the lights on the stove works but nothing is working to help activate the inside of the oven.
Any Suggestions?

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    A few of my touch control panel buttons do not work on my GE JT952. A couple of number buttons (#'s 6 & 7) and the lower oven buttons on the right (Start, Oven Light, Broil & Delay Start) do not work. Any thoughts?

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You have a problem that may be solved with my solution to the Dreaded F7 Problem. Even though you don't have a F7 error on the display the symptoms are all the same. You can find my fix at the following links.

http://www.fixya.com/howto/h155060-dreaded_f7_error

I have shared this with more than 1550 folks and most report success. This problem often develops after a self clean cycle.
I hope it works for you too. Please let me know at the following:
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Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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I don't have a solution.. but i have a problem. after self-clean cycle my oven GE profile won't turn on.. i tried powering off breaker etc - nada... any thoughts?

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