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B1601X Wall oven, will not reach thermostat temp on Bake and Fan Bake Mode.I set Temp to 180 deg FAN Bake, it only gets to 104 deg. I set Temp to 180 deg BAKE, it only gets to 153 deg. Could this be the control unit. I have replaced the lower element in the oven.The ploblem is still there.

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