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I was baking , the first cake came out perfect. The second cake started to burn, the element did not turn down in heat. The oven red light stayed on.

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Most likely the problem is a bad control board. Happens once in a while to ovens, usually GE ovens. You need to replace the board. I can look up the part number and a place to order it if you give me that make and model number of the unit. Otherwise you can order one from the manufacturer or go through the place that you bought it at.


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