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Bottem Oven Over Heats

GE double oven model no JRP24BOW4BB, Serial no. ST629695Q
Bottem oven seems to overcook everything. Could the heat senser or thermostate be replaced to fix this problem? What would the part no. be and where can I order it? Thanks Jim

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GE announced a recall for some of its wall ovens this week for an overheating problem. Have you contacted a GE dealer yet?

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