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Having problem with oven not staying to temp. checd voltage 240v at oven 2nd one that was installed. same problem with both

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I suggest u check the over temperature sensor. makes intermident heat

Posted on Apr 17, 2015

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There may be a grounding issue or a neutral wire problem

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