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Too hot The oven gets too hot - the thermostat isn't turning off when it hits the control temperature. The temperature reading seems okay. (Model MER5755QAQ). Thanks.

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  • weissnest Nov 05, 2008

    The display shows the actual temp inside the oven

  • weissnest Nov 05, 2008

    The actual temp goes higher than the temp that it is set for.

  • weissnest Nov 05, 2008

    My guess is that the temp. will keep going up well above (100+) the set point- I cancel it (turn off the oven) before it gets too hot, The sensor doesn't read above the set point, but if I cancel and set at a much higher temp, I can see that the temp. is at least at the much higher set point without any additional time to heat up.

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More than likely if it isnt shutting off when it reaches temp. then it probably needs a temp sensor or a EOC (electronic oven control). I have replaced many of these boards in the past , usually there is a relay on the board that is stuck. The relay really isn't replaceable and the whole board needs to be replaced. Does the dispay show the temp that the oven acually is or the temp it is set for?

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  • Steven Haney Nov 05, 2008

    is the actual temp that it is showing higher than the temp you set it for?

  • Steven Haney Nov 05, 2008

    If you are inclined to do so you could check to see if the element is still getting voltage, if it is then it almost has to be the board, if it were the sensor it wouldnt sense the actual oven temp. Is the actual oven temp way higher that the set temp? like 100 deg.+ higher or is it just 25-50 higher?

  • Steven Haney Nov 05, 2008

    My money is definitely on the board. Again if the sensor is showingthe actual temp the the board is not turning off the heat when it should. Most likely the bake relay on the board is stuck. Either way you would need to replace the board.

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