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Oven LED stays on

Recently the LED on our oven has been coming on after approx 8 hours after cooking. The enginner checked the wiring diagram and thinks it should do as the live goes through the thermostat to neutral, so that a circuit is made until the thermostat achieves a temperature. But I wonder if zero temperature is demanded whether the thermostat has achieved its target and should break the circuit. Grateful for any advice.

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