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Baxter ov300e electric oven

Sometimes when the oven is hot, it does'nt want to turn on again until it cools down. problem is becoming more frequent.

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When you say the oven doesn't want to turn on are you referring to the control board wont turn on? Or are you saying that the oven wont heat when it gets too hot?

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