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Kitchenaid Oven KERA807PSS01

The oven continues to work perfectly except for one thing.
The oven will not turn off until we throw the breaker.
The oven will work perfectly again but not shut off, etc., etc.
I've seen similar posts. Bad CRC? How difficult to replace?

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