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Today while cooking on my glass top stove, either model JS 968 or JD 968, the pot overflowed and boiled over. Now my digital panel to use the oven will not work. I cannot even set the clock. The stove top works, but nothing else. What should I do? The manual does not address this issue?

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I had this same problem 4 days ago. Today the GE tech came and cut power to the oven (by the breaker... could also unplug and replug). When the power was restored, the controls worked again. Since it was still under warranty, he ordered me a new main motherboard and panel in case there was moisture damage or corrosion to the old one. Try the power thing... hope it helps.

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If it boiled over and moisture entered the clock it will have to be replaced and is expensive

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