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Meat probe problem

So here is the issue, my jenn-air when oven is being used usually at a higher temp like 365 degrees will in the middle of cooking will start beeping flashing "Insert meat probe" When I obviously do not put meat probe in since I do not have a meat probe it still beeps then the whole oven shuts off in the middle of cooking. I try to bake again but still within a few minutes will beep again and well just turns into a cycle. What is the deal with this any advice would be helpful.
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