Question about Ovens
You have a high limit switch that has gone bad. What this switch does is prevent the tyemp of the oven from continuing to heat up. More like a safety device to prevent a fire. Most oven have this switch in a really hard place to get to and come in different shapes and sizes. I suggest having an appliance tech replace this switch (cost should be excessive) due to its location and the various difficulties that you may encounter
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Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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