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I forgot how to set thermostat in wall oven

The manual that came with the oven is lost. It had procedures for setting the thermostat. Can you send the procedures to me?

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Press bake, then press the up or down arrow for the temperature. Or press broil then the up arrow for a temp. of 550 F. Press cancel when food is done. 

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