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Hot point model # RGB745BEA3CT uneven heat

Oven temperature goes up and down

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SOURCE: Oven is baking uneven

this is a common complaint on lower end ranges if you read the cooking instructions on the food it will say cooking times are approx you may have to adjust for your area that and your owners manual are your best bet on this promb adjusting the position of your racks help but forced like convection are the best way to go

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SOURCE: Oven will heat up, but then will not maintain desired temperature.

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SOURCE: Oven heats to required temperature

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