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This is the 2nd time for this problem. The top oven works fine but the bottom oven starts at 100 degrees and does not heat up. The last time I replaced both limit switchs that the manual shows in the control section and body section and still nothing. Finally I called a repairman. He replaced both switches and under his comments stated "installed vent duct limit switch and reset". Can you help with the location of that switch so I can reset it? This happens when we clean the oven. He also stated he advised the customer but he failed and I failed to asked where this bloody switch is to rest.
Arlington, WA

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