The quick answer is no. The long answer is when/why did it happen? Was the temperature at the beginning when things were still ramping up or equilibrating? Also, what is your set point temperature?
To avoid the “failure” you might examine when in the cycle the failures happened, where in the cycle the failures happened (distribution probe, or a penetration/part probe).
Also, could this be due to pooling of water? If so, is the ramp rate slow enough, so that the items are up to temperature at the time the “soak” or “exposure” time is started. (A cool item might condense water initially, and the probe might lie in the water (which will be slightly cooler).