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Model 460/5 can not control the heat

I set the temperature at 350, but the heat keeps going up . does this have a thermocouple that needs to be replaced?

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I would have to say that your issue is thermostat related.  The thermostat only send a signal when temperature is reached, not what the current temperature is.  So if it is malfuntioning, the desired temperature will never be reached.  Therefore, not sending a signal to cut the heat, even though it is 350.

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