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If it's getting hot, but it isn't cooking as fast as normal, your convection blower/fan may be out. If you can hear the fan running, but the oven isn't getting hot enough, then you most likely have a heat element or thermostat problem.
Fan and blower problems tend to be a bit more common with convection ovens.
Rear of the oven, it is a obstructed or malfunctioning axial fan. Replacement cost $10-$20 - 30 minutes labor
Left side of oven, possible main blower fan malfunctioning. Depending on type of motor "S" or "Q". It might be the mount or a bearing wearing out. Replacement motor $200-$400, motor shop rebuild instead $150. Squirrel cage will need to be removed if damaged $100-$300. Labor 2 hours, if you know what you are doing, 4 to 6 if this is your first time. Check your heat slinger also. This might have come loose.
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Need a qualified person to check gas control valve to determine proper voltage to the valve is supplied. If voltage is present, either the gas line is blocked to the pilot, or the valve has failed and needs to be replaced. Typically, the latter is probably the problem. If NO voltage is present when the unit "calls" for ignition, check for loose conections at the ignition control, and the gas control.
the blower with two wheels hav nothing to do with your problem / the single blower cools the mag . and thats ok . no cooking is caused by no hi voltage like a bad cap or diode. most common. and sometimed the mag itself . the door switches can cause this but if the single side fan is going then there probably ok . I think its a hi voltage problem. ****
OK i would advise to check the fan operations. make sure that the blower assembly(fan) is operating correctly. poor circulation can cause this as well as a faulty thermostat.
If the fan is not operating, this will damage the entire system. replace the fan if it isn't working. check the filter as well.