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I have a GE Electric Range, Model:JSP69. The bake temperature is not holding at the level is it being set at. We set it to 380 degrees and it drops to a lower temperature and does not go back to the temperature it was set at originally. The oven is not heating up for baking. Could please advise.

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Bad thermostat change it out

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