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My GE profile oven is not heating to the temperature displayed on the digital readout.

Model 363JB910SLSS, and is only 3 years old. It is wrong by 150 - 200 degrees - for instance at a setting of 350, a stand alone oven thermometer reads just over 200. Cranking up hte temperature to 450 only gets a temperature rise of 25-30 degrees.

Is it the computer in the stove? I don't think it is an element, because I don't think the digital readout would say the oven was pre-heated to a certain temperature if one of the elements was burned out.

I recently (about 2 months ago) had the oven serviced by Sears (where I purchased it) to repair a faulty oven probe, and the technician changed out the jack that the probe plugs into. The problem with our food not cooking correctly dates from around that time, but I can't swear it started that same day. Of course, that service was under warranty, but the warranty has since expired.

Any ideas? Is there a way to reset the computer in the stove to see if it starts heating the elements to the proper temperatures? I've tried cutting power.

Wall Ovens , Appliances
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July 28th, 2010
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