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I have a Jenn Air Electric Double oven Model JJW9830DDP. When baking it takes a long very time to heat up and once it gets up to the temperature setting it sometimes stops heating and does not hold the temperature. Broil seems to work ok. Display works ok. I have tried preheating with the broiler and this works as long as I set the bake temperature above the preheated temperature. If I set the bake temperature below the preheated temperature then the oven stops heating.

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This is a control board / unit problem with these models. It is not an easy repair really, but if you are extremely handy it can be done. Let me know if you want to try the repair yourself and I can find the part.

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