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GE Profile Telescopic Downdraft JVB37HBB

My fan still works  but the Telescopic feature does not.  I just stays up  but won't go down.  Has this happened to anyone before?  How do I fix it.?

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Mine just did this this morning..a few months ago the button to make it pop up stopped woring so i just started using the wires to operate it...this morning it got stuck uo...i took off the electrical cover and found a burnmark on my circut board...it seems a diode fried or something...im still looking for a replacement

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