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RoboKaren
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Repair it yourself?
RoboKaren   7/28/2011 12:21:55 PM
It sounds like the repair parts are just components, so you should be able to repair it yourself and save yourself some money.

 

 

anelinamartin
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Silver
Double oven are quiet helping
anelinamartin   7/18/2013 1:05:54 AM
In starting i just heard about double oven and never try to buy it. But after it staibility and functionalty check i am addict of using it. 

tekochip
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Platinum
Sounds like monkeys wrote the code
tekochip   7/18/2013 8:18:49 AM
UL really trusts thermal fuses, they're reliable and can not be reset which calls attention to the user that something is very seriously wrong.  If the oven was getting hot enough to trip the thermals, then something was seriously wrong and replacing the thermals would not be the cure. 
 
I'm sure that replacing the firmware was the real cure, and that's scary.  What if self-clean code was causing a runaway condition?  There might be consumers that jumper out the blown thermal fuses rather than paying $260 for the proper repair and then they have a runaway oven with no way to shut it down. 




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