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I have a GE JTP18 Trutemp. It seems to be taking

I have a GE JTP18 Trutemp. It seems to be taking a long time to cool down after use. Usually at least a couple of hours. If I open the door it appears to cool off quicker but still seems to be pumping heat.

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Sounds like a stuck relay on the control board ... can you tell if the bake or broil element is glowing during this time?

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