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here's a picture of it and a price http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Control-Panel/74005737/895120 it's the whole front panel,unplug it or throw the breaker if you can't pull it out all the way,open the oven door and look up,remove the screws going into the panel.on some you might have to pull the stove out a few inches and remove the front side trim pieces to get at any hidden screws and remove the side caps of the panel,pull off the knobs and that should be it,slide out the control panel,remove the clock assy. and ribbon and then reinstall it.http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Jenn-air-Parts/Range-Parts/Model-JGS8750ADS/1266/0124250/M0603274/00001?blt=06&prst=0&shdMod=JGS8750ADS go here at the sears site to get a better view of the parts.hope this helps.
by he tried the eraser for freeing the stuck button you mean he cleaned the mylar ribbion then my best advice from my experence is replace them both that way youve got it on one teardown its almost impossable to nail it to just one part