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Have had my double oven for 12 yrs. Have only cleaned about 2-3 times.( don't cook much).This last time it fried the mother board and fuse and apparently the keypad(membrane switch) We have already spent $520 to replace motherboard and fuse and now need this membrane switch which is no longer available from ANYONE. If someone has one ....please let me know. Have been without oven for three months.

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Your missing several digits on the model number. You must find the number on the oven itself and not the manual.

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