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The oven runs too hot...even at lower temps

It burns everyting

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If the oven is in temp runaway and just gets hotter and hotter, always on, then there is a failed component. If the temp is just somewhat hotter but is still being controlled then there is a user temp offset procedure to calibrate the oven temp. See your user manual. If a failed component it can be several things from a oven temp probe to the oven controller. There are electrical checks to determine which including reading the resistance of the temp probe at a known oven temp and checking this with a oven probe temp vs resistance chart.

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