When i turn the oven on it will get up to about100degrees OK, but over that temp the oven cuts out, the clock, internal light and convection fan all stop. The smaller fan in the top of the oven stays on, and after a few minutes the power comes back. When you turn the temp dial you can hear the themostat clicking so I think thats allright. Could it be to do with the heat sensor inside the back of the oven?
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you have a bad control board.try this go to this site,get the number and call them to see how much it is to rebuild you clock assy. http://www.generaltimerepairs.com/
i've done this with older thermador clock assy. because you can't buy the clock anymore so you send out your clock and have it rebuilt,it should be alot cheaper than buying a new one if you can still get it.hope this helps you out.
if the clock is cutting out on you it sounds like the computer board or clock assy. same thing is bad but this oven is to old and you can't get the board anymore,it's to old and they don't make parts for it anymore,get a new oven
the electronics are heating up and cutting out.that cold be a bad clock assy. or there's a fan in there that could be bad or i've seen on some models there's a screen in where the fan is,it gets clogged with dust and the air can't blow to cool down the electronics.if it is the fan and you keep using it like that it will take out the computer board or clock assy. same part.
This indicates the oven has reached an over temperature. You will first need to check the temperature probe for the proper reading. Refer to the tech sheet located somewhere on your stove. It should be around 1100 ohms. If this checks out good the ERC electronic range control will need to be replaced. Here is a couple links that should help http://appliancehelponline.com/oventempprobe.html
There are thermal cutouts for both ovens. When the fan oven cuts out, does the thermostat display and the oven lamps go out as well or do they stay on? Is the oven cooling fan working ok, i.e. does it run for about 10 mins after you turn all the controls off? Do you think the oven thermostat is working ok and not running too hot? If it is, Lakeland do an oven thermometer for about 5 pounds that you can check the thermostats with.
It sounds like you have either one of the following things that need attention. First, turn off both breakers to the oven and then back on. Next check the wiring from the receptacle to the back of the oven. Next, check your internal fuses. Most ovens have them. Last, check the wiring to the elements and control switches. Somewhere you have a wire burned off the terminals or control switch. That smell you referred to is probably one of the wires that may be burned.