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My start button on my kenmore built-in oven w/microwave won't wor

I have a kenmore 27" electric built-in oven w/mircrowave. The start button will not work. Sears came and looked at it and said I have to get a whole new control panel. The cost $695.00 Is there anywhere elso I can get this control panel or try to fix the panel itself. Everything else works on it except the start button. The model # is 911.47699100. I would appreciate any help

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My kenmore model number 911-47699100 oven doesn't work. Everything except the oven and broil works--cleaning, all timers, start button, etc. All that happens when you push start is about every 30 seconds, two relays can be heard making and breaking kind of like a click then immediately a clack. No error codes appear. Replaced sensor but that didn't work. Any help would be appreciated.

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