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  1. #1
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    Jan 2006
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    Fal-mL43392-bw,M#cn90,S#07-011 Z90Rk,thats all the numbers i could get of the thing,it is running fine at times then quits heating and maybee a couple hours later works fine,is this a high limit bad or is the operating temp controller work as a high limit on this thing someway,i couldnt find a high limit on the oven,i did find a loose wire but not sure if it is fixed or not with the problems they are having,it could've just started back on its own,i was there about a hour and turned it on and checked contactors and had no coil voltage then hooked the loose wire i seen and 5 min later it came right on,I dunno know,i just listed these numbers at the top thinking someone may have run into a similar prob. and direct me in the right way.BTW oven has worked good before today for a week and just messed up on them again today before i went out,seems it just was messing up everynow and then.
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  2. #2
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    Jun 2006
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    hey hillbully, check right above the doors area there should be a cover and the hi limit should be hidding in there. or a times on the wall rubb your hands inside the unit at time the screwa builds up with grease and are hard to fine, but u knoe by finding the loose wire u might fix the problom, but if your like i am i would have to find the hi limit becouse it would bug me all nite, good luck buddy, i usto work for hobart im here for you brother.

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    Aug 2014
    Fuquay-varina, N.C.
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    Which branch did u work at?

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