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LED display stopped working

The led display on the front of the cooker has stopped working. Everything else is fine. I'm guessing a fuse might have gone or the bulb itself - but I cannot see how to access the LED panel. Can you help?
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Hi!!! your clock or control board has malfuction.You can get access from the back of the unit pull the unit out and look at the back remove the screws..Your control board clock board went bad..Good luck..

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