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I have a KESC307HS8 and the display no longer works. I can use all the buttons on the control panel and they all work, oven will turn on, I can set the timer and it will work but nothing will show in the LCD displays for either clock or oven information

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Hi, thanks for the descriptive analysis of the problem you have with the KESC307 Electric Kitchen Range. All you need to do is to either replace the LCD display or you dismantle it to see if the flex connecting the control panel is still connected to it...

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