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Oven does not turn off completely

Knob to turn oven on is not working properly. You are suppose to push it in and turn. That does not work anymore and so the temp is not right and the oven will not turn off completely, but runs continuously on a very low temp. Not safe!

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You should pull the knob off and check that there is a metal liner in the knob itself. These sometimes fall out and the plastic knob does not turn the control properly. Get a new knob at your local appliance store.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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