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My Caloric RSD398-UL gas oven overheats intermittently. For example, I will set it at 350, and then a half hour later it will suddenly be at 475! This only happens every once in awhile. Thermostat has been replaced twice in the last 18 months, gas ignitor has been replaced. Any suggestions?
This could be loose connector on the control board or a leaky capacitor on control board which when overheats causes your oven to behave diffrently. If you have checked the oven control board connectors and components with a multimeter then check the Timer/Selector switch of your Oven, and its connections with the control board.
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Posted on May 04, 2009
If you already replaced the thermostat, then replace control panel.
You can get the part here, you will need to give them a call.
Also parts here.
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Posted on May 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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