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Over the range microwave dead

While using as convection oven and with range cooking below GE JVM1790 microwave/convection oven died. Have troubleshot and suspect "oven thermal cutout" described as "mounted on the exhaust duct, its purpose is to automatically shut off the oven in case . . . overheats for any reason. . . . The failure sensor opens at 293 deg F and is nonresetable."

Can anyone provide exploded view showing where "oven thermal cutout is located? Problem has to be either "oven T.C.O. or "heater T.C.O." from schematic. Also looking for p/n's for these parts.

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