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I think I have a bad thermostat.Where is it located on the oven

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Hello these ovens they have a dial type thermostat or electronic touch pad controller , either model will have a probe in the oven it is a capilary tube at the rear or side in the internal space of the oven , follow that probe and it will lead to the thermostat ,and that part will need changing, if faulty, are sure that the thermostat is bad

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