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Philco Oven, Type: E60SM/ALIM400TC Mod:F650D4W The oven turns on ok some functions don't work, when finished with oven and turn the knobs off it continues to run. Have to turn off at the wall and only when oven is completely cold it stops running when the power is turned back on.

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Many times the knobs get spun all the way around, and the adjustment screws on the backside of the knob, slide out of place. Try to "play" with knob, turn to a position where it will turn off. Turn off the breaker, and take the knob off, adjust the screws and you should be ok.

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I am sorry Sandan2. I didn't finish reading your question. Never mind on what I said here.

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