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I have a gas stove. The oven is digital. When I looked at the part where the clock is and the temperature is displayed it had a P then a backwards H and then 2 other letters I couldn't read. All of the lights were lit up (saying bake, broil, lock, etc.). I pushed cancel several times and nothing happened. Then I tried pushing the other buttons. The oven started heating up and then I couldn't get it to shut off. However the reading on the panel still said the same thing it said when I first noticed it wasn't working.

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The next thing I would try is to unplug the oven from power ( wait a few minutes) and then plug it back in.. Sometimes the control circuit gets corrupt and a power down/power up reset clears the problem.. Please let me know if after you try this and it works or doesn't.. Hope that helps..

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