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This is the second time we ran the self cleaning cycle. The first time it blew out the electronic control circuit panel. This was within the first year we had it. Afraid to run it again, we have been cleaning by hand - an arduous task to say the least. On Saturday, sick and tired of cleaning the oven by hand, I decided to run the self cleaning cycle being that it is a feature on an expensive oven that I should be able to use. Well, it no longer works AGAIN. It is no longer under warranty and I'm extremely unhappy with this product. What can we do?

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