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Element / burner / hob are overheating on electric oven

A month or so ago, one of the rear elements was over heating (when set to lowest setting it was burning at the highest) and was unable to adjust this. yesterday two others have gone down with same problem.
Pretty inexperienced when it comes to appliances...
would this be a thermostat problem? or something else? how easy would it be to fix...
many thanks in advance

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It would appear that you have faulty temperature regulators, which you will have to replace, for three to go together is unusual, have you spilt something on the top, because liquid could have got inside the control panel.
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