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Hi there- the digital temp reading of my oven does not match temp inside. i will set bake temp at 350 and oven stops heating at 200. if i keep turning oven on and off, then it will eventually reach set temp, but after a while, temp starts to go down again. hope you can help- thanks, ruby

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  • Ruby Lascano Nov 08, 2010

    Whirlpool Model RB760PXY0

  • Ruby Lascano Nov 08, 2010

    i'm sorry, i do not understand the last paragraph. please explain. because i use my oven frequently and the holidays are fast approaching, i need my oven to work as soon as possible. is there a definitive solution, instead of trying one thing, then another, then another? thanks a lot.

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Hi Ruby
The issue is with the oven temp. sensor going bad and should be replaced. Please check this to locate oven temp. sensor: hi there- the digital temp - daniel_s.jpg
Hope this helps....please let me know if you need further assistance.
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What is the brand and model of your oven

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    Your problem is a very frequent one and easy to understand. Your oven has an electronic control so the temperature is control from the electronic control board and the temperature sensor which are two different parts.

    However since the electronic control is rather expensive is wise to replace first the temperature sensor parts number 9, Oven temperature sensor- Size: 6 inches long. Includes ceramic wire nuts.
    Part Number:
    AP3130719 made by WHIRLPOOL


    Which much more, less expensive and if your problem insists then to go and replace the part number 11, Microcomputer Part Number: AP3095479 made by WHIRLPOOL. Despite that in this case the problem is only one relay on the board you need to replace the whole board.

    The above parts and all other parts of your oven can be found in the following link.
    http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partse...

    Your problem is a very frequent one and easy to understand. Your oven has an electronic control so the temperature is control from the electronic control board and the temperature sensor which are two different parts.

    However since the electronic control is rather expensive is wise to replace first the temperature sensor parts number 9, Oven temperature sensor- Size: 6 inches long. Includes ceramic wire nuts.
    Part Number:
    AP3130719 made by WHIRLPOOL

    Which much more, less expensive and if your problem insists then to go and replace the part number 11, Microcomputer Part Number: AP3095479 made by WHIRLPOOL. Despite that in this case the problem is only one relay on the board you need to replace the whole board.

    The above parts and all other parts of your oven can be found in the following link.
    http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=258353&diagram_id=88791#d88791

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