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Decor ERD48SCH display stopped working. Light works, panel beeps as normal, but cannot turn on ovens or other bake controls.

Decor ERD48SCH display stopped working, after breaker reset it worked fine as did ovens and timers. Died 3 more time, and reset successfully. After fourth failure, breaker did not reset display. Display no longer working, and cannot use electric ovens. Light works, panel beeps as normal, but cannot turn on ovens or other bake controls. How do I troubleshoot?

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