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2 ovens EB 876-6 EB877-6 One unit will only fire up to 200 degrees after having been left on for 1 hour and the other will only fire up to 400 degrees after being left on for 45 minutes. Are my heating units shot???? These ovens have in in use for 4 years!!!!

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It could be the heating element, or the thermostat is no longer working. You should be able to see the element glow orange. If it glows orange then it is probably the thermostat, and not the heating element.

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