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Kitchenaid oven KEBS107SS00 Preheat audible signal no longer sounds when oven reaches temperature

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if you cant program it for more than the 270 you may have changed it from farienhiet ( bad spelling) to celcius. pushing and holding broil may switch it back.

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Your temperature sensor is failing. Replace the temp sensor.

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SOURCE: I have a KitchenAid double oven with convection on

it will either be the sensor or the board,hopefully it's not the board,the part number for the sensor is 4455636 and subs to w10131825,the sensor is around 100 bucks,there should be a tech sheet on the machine most likely behind the touch pad on the top,it will tell you how to check the sensor with a meter,just unplug the sensor and read it out i think it's around 1100 ohms but check that on the tech sheet,if it's not the sensor most likely it will be the board part number 4453661 and that's around 300 buckseverything runs through this computer board but the sensor tells it how hot it is in the oven hopefully you have a bad sensor.let me know what you find,you'll most likely have to pull the oven to repair it but maybe just enough to get the top open,good luck

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