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I have a Jenn-air electric stove model S125, which is about 20 yrs old. Lately, the ventilation system quits after about 25 minutes. I usually turn it on manually, but it goes on automatically during self-clean cycle. Now I'm afraid to use clean cycle for fear of fire, if vent system quits. Any ideas? Or is this stove just getting so old that repair isn't worth it? I've tried it with burners on and burners off and oven going and not going -- with same results. Thank you for your reply.

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The answer your provided by email only confirmed what I suspected -- that the vent system was probably overheating and would cut out at a certain point.
Thank you for fast reply. I may have to get a pro to confirm this, as I'm an old lady with NO skills for taking stove apart and installing new vent motor.

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Sounds like the fan motor is overheating and shutting off . A long duty time  for a motor that has never been disassembles serviced and cleaned. If it is easy to do, Dissassemble and remove the motor.Most motors are available at electric motor supply outlets.Yes even tiny ones.  Replace same ,clean fan . Reassemble. 

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