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Unit does not turn off

A few weeks ago both my light bulbs burned out so I replaced them. When I screrwed them in, I could not turn them off. The light button on the panel would not respond. The next morning I woke up with the unit running and both lights burned out. When I opened the door the unit kept running and the interior light stayed on. The only way to turn it off was to unplug the unit. The control panel would not respond to any buttons pushed. HELP? I bought the unit last year and can't find the receipt to use for warranty.

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Had the same problem last year(same model) Control board failure, had it replaced and it lasted 4 months more. time to buy a new one :( BTW my new one is NOT a Panasonic!!)

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