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RELAY STUCK READING ON WOLF DOUBLE OVEN DO30F

HAD OVEN SET AT 425 - BEEPER WENT OFF - READ OUT SAYS
RELAY STUCK - NOTHING IN THE WOLF PROVIDED MATERIALS TO INTERPRET READOUTS

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SOURCE: My whirlpool double oven accubake GBD307PDS09

We have here a video showing how you can check the temperature sensor
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SOURCE: Whirlpool Double oven control panel

A lot of people seem to have ran into this problem. I had no luck finding a solution to this problem anywhere on the internet. I finally fixed this problem by replacing the control board. Wanted to put this info out here for others. The part swaps out fairly easy for all of you considering the fix yourself. Sears direct had the cheapest price.

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