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I have a GE Profile range purchased in 2004. Model number is JS968SOF4SS, S/N TG2407460. I was replacing the lens over the light bulb and I grabbed onto the control panel while leaning into the oven. Suddenly the control panel displayed every possible option. I pressed the Clear/Off button to clear the display but instead these codes appeared together: Loc (on left side) and rEF (on right side). I've powered the range off and on at the circuit breaker and also by unplugging the range, waiting at least 30 seconds between off/on sequences. Is there anything I've overlooked? I have scheduled a service call.

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Hi, you should know that the control panel is the heart of the range that controls every functions that needs to be used and grabbing onto it which i believe is a mistake on you part has prove to be costly.
Since you have done all the necessary things that i would have personally advise (powering off and on at circuit breaker, unplugging the range and pressing of the clear/off button to clear the display) and it did not solve the problem, I believe you have done the right thing by scheduling a service call to come check it out which will definitely identify and solve the problem...

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