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Belling XOU487 - Bottom oven overheats

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The bottom oven is burning food at an alarming rate, I've ordered a replacement thermostat, do you think this is the problem and if so can I get to this from inside, or will need to remove the oven from the housing to gain access from the rear?

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Your use and care guide may offer a 'recalibrate' feature for your oven.
If the element is hidden and not exposed, have a techician change

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