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Why would a duke E101-G will sometimes work fine and sometimes dont I replaced the thermostat but it is doing the same thing

REPLACED THERMOSTAT

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When you have a high end oven like this you will find that the manufacture stands behind it. try to find a 1800 number and talk to parts. they will probably want you to talk to an approve alliance repair person but if you ask the right questions and listen between the lines you might find out what you need to know to fix it.

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