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I would say you need to call a repair man but u havent said if its gas or electric if its electric id say your heating element is being over worked or worn out.if its gas it would have to do with the thermocoupler.call a repairman it shouldnt cost alot

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Your themostat may be bad. Put an oven thermometer in your oven and set to 250 degrees. If the oven temp raises beyond 275 your thermostat is not working properly and should be replaced. If you know the oven make and model someone may be able to provide assistance, otherwise that is a job for a professional since an improperly working unit can cause a fire.

Be careful.

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Lower the heat, if the oven over heats on any setting, your controls are probably kaput and would require to be replaced.


you didn't provide much detail in your questions.

appliance parts are available at
http://www.repairclinic.com/smartsearch.aspx

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Please give the detail about the model number?

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  2. Using a funnel, place 3 heaping teaspoons of baking soda into the spray bottle.
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  5. When the oven is cold, spray the baking soda and water solution on to the black stuff. Do this one or more times a day.
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    • Containment. You'll get baking soda all over the house if you start with a hot oven. I know. I've done it.
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  6. Use your oven as you normally would. Keep spraying wet baking soda on to the top and sides of the interior of the oven between meals.
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