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Imperial oven We just received a 1998 Imperial stove/oven and had it hooked up. It works GREAT. Although, I have a question regarding the oven. Does it always stay warm even after I have shut off the burners to the oven? Mine is still doing so....temperature is about 250 to 300 degrees AFTER two days. Any ideas what that is all about? Is this normal for this type of industrial oven? Please help if you can. Thanks, Yvette

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No not really. If you can see the burners, do they go off completely because they should. If not, maybe a faulty gas valve.

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