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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could be a loose screw that has fallen from inside your back panel.... Be sure to turn off all power sorces before you access the panel to avoid electrical shock!
Posted on Dec 30, 2006
It sounds like the overheat safety stat is cutting the oven off.
This is prevent the oven overheating and catching fire.
They can go faulty and operate prematurely, causing the prob u are experiencing.
If it is built in , make sure it has adequate ventilation, as this can cause the prob.
Also check to see if it has an external cooling fan fitted, these can fail, and again cause the prob.
They are usually fitted under the top cover of the oven, and designed to keep the oven cool.
It should come on shortly after turning the oven on
These things are the most likely cause of the prob.
plz rate my solution.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
copper rings (used as bearings) r out that is the problem od the air flo is jamed that is y is then owen fan owerheated....and copper is loose not tight anough
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: oven turns off if too hot
There is a temperature switch that shuts the power down if the temperature goes too high. This is to prevent a fire if your thermostat sticks on. Sometimes the switch will become weak and open the circuit at too low of a temperature. Replacing the switch should solve your problem.
If you need more assistance, post a comment with the model and s/n of your stove.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
I have this exact same oven and this "feature" annoys me no end. To turn it off ... turn the clock dial to PAST the time that the timer dial shows. EG: If your timer dial is showing 6, turn the clock dial so that it rolls past 6 o'clock. This will pop out the timer dial and thus turn off the timer, allowing you to use the oven normally.
To stop accidentally pushing/turning that timer dial, I removed the knobs. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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