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The oven temp sensor has failed. When the sensor fails the range control unit shuts off the oven. However..... this is a double oven an it should only shut off the oven with the bad temp sensor. If it got super hot...while you were using it and it themally protected itself you may also need a thermal fuse / high temp fuse. IF you can locate the model number and respond here, I will look your model up and see what may have happened.
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If you already changed your oven sensor, then your ERC or electronic range control is not reading your sensor correctly. You need to replace the ERC and its overlay. Not a cheap part. Also strongly recommend you buy a 2000 joule or higher surge protector to plug your range into, to prevent this problem from happening again. Good Luck, Appliance Specialists
This is a failed oven temp sensor. the control is not receiving a proper resistance signal from this sensor at this time. the control will shut down the unit if this is the issue. check the oven temp sensors connections form the control to the sensor housing for loose or worn contacts, if the wiring is ok, replace the temp sensor.
Things to check- The screw in fuses, they are usually the 30 amp fuses for the oven. Next is the clock assembly, often these clocks will have the words "push for manual" or "turn for manual", this will put the clock back into the normal operating mode rather than the automatic mode. Next, you may have to remove the power and check for any burnt wires. If all checks ok, you will have to test the selector switch and oven control. Oven temp problems: Temperature is too low possible trouble makers, blown oven fuse, bake element is out, burnt wire, oven probe clips, oven temp control, oven temp sensor. Temperature is too high in the oven possible trouble makers, oven temp control, oven relay ( if used ), oven probe clips, oven temp sensor, shorted wire. These oven probe clips often rust off and the oven temp probe hangs down, or touches the oven wall giving false temperature readings to the oven control.