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Kitchenaid oven KGRT607 HBS6

OVEN SOMETIMES DOES NOT COME ON, WHEN IT DOES THE TEMPERATURE WILL SOMETIMES FLUCTUATE.IF THE TEMP IS SET AT 350 DEGREES IT WILL GO TO 200 AND STAY THERE OR DROP IN TEMP.

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I also have this problem. Replaced control board, but didn't help.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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