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GE Profile JT952 Touch Pad Button Issue

A few of my buttons are not working on my GE Profile JT952 double oven. The buttons that do not work are:
On the number row: 6 & 7
On the right hand side of the panel (lower oven controls): Start, Broil, Oven Light, Delay Start.

I've plugged, unplugged the ribbon behind the control panel, and still same issue..

Thanks!

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