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Control panel out

The top burners with the clicker ignighters work fine. Its the main panel on the top front panel. it is blacked out . we have checked the breaker and the wall plug where the oven is pluged into. it is getting the proper volts. the stove is getting electricity because the top burner ignighters click and light. could it be the control panel. Thank you Judy

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It very well could be have you pushed clock like your going to set it

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