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Oven taking a long timt to heat to temperature

Hello, My oven is taking a long time to heat to temperature. To get the temperature to 350 could take over 40 minutes. The oven is less than 2 years old and I have never used the convection part of the oven. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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Re: oven taking a long timt to heat to temperature

A. My oven over temperture.
Defined temperature is 180 Deg.
But it always reach 200 degrees.

b. Oven short cure.

c. Oven Long cure

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Re: oven taking a long timt to heat to temperature

Try shutting off the breaker for about 10 minutes - then bring the power back on

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