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Oven problem i have a roper wall oven model#B8756X1, was having a problem with the clock, the display would disappear and then when i slammed the oven dr the display would reappear. i changed the clock and i still have the same problem, but not as often. Any suggestions?

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Probaly not an issue with the clock but with a loose connection in the wiring to the clock, by slaming the door you are making up a connection, i wou ld check all connections at the clock and this should lead to the problem

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