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JJW8530 worked fine until I cleaned it, even though the display has been out for several months, the oven still worked great. After cleaning, the fan runs continuously. When I try to program it, the chime sounds almost immediately indicating the oven thinks it's already at the set temperature. Please help. My wife loves this oven.

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