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Older jenn air wall unit oven / turn knob

The Meal temperature buzzer will trigger as soon as we put oven on bake.
The buzzer will stay on and the oven will not heat. We rent the home and have zero info on oven. I called Jenn Air...because it is an older model they cannot help.

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Is it showing a code like f8 or any f code

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Older jenn air wall unit oven / turn knob

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