Question about GE Ovens
This sounds like a faulty control panel. This is most likely a failed Oven Control.
I would advise that a reputable GE authorized servicer verify fault and repair this type of oven.
Wall ovens are potentially more complicated to service than a free standing range and many servicers actually prefer not to deal with a wall oven at all.
It could be something as simple as a cracked trace or solder joint, but you would have to disassemble it and inspect it carefully to determine that, and it might be possible to be resoldered. Otherwise, it will need to be replaced to restore functionality.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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