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Why does my Jenn-Air Double Oven continually chime when both ovens are in use?

(jjw2730ws) After both ovens reach the desired temperature the audio chime continues to go off periodically and quite frequently. I have cheked to make sure that racks are pushed in and that doors are closed completely. It has not made a difference. Any suggestions?

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    relaxinrod Jan 31, 2013

    Mine too! Very annoying! Nothing in manual!

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