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My simpson thermaflow oven gets too hot and stays too hot even when turned down

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  • pgiesemann Sep 04, 2010

    thanks, is it fixable or will i be better off getting a new oven

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It seems like the temperature sensor on your unit has gone bad. It seems that it is not able to tell the heating element to stop at the desired temperature.

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