Question about Ovens
Your problem is probably a faulty thermostat control . However , before I direct you to the website where you can order a new one, I would like to check one thing first . Open up the oven door and look towards the rear of the oven compartment for the temperature sensing bulb and metal line that connects to it. Make sure it is mounted correctly in the metal retainer. If it is , then I would suggest replacing the thermostat control assembly . However , if it is not, secure it in its mount clip and try the oven again .
Visit Sears parts direct .com to order a new temperature control.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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