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Temperature control broken on Bosch HBN13N551B.01 Electric Oven

We have a electric double Bosch oven. The model number is HBN13N551B.01. The left temperature control (which controls the lower, fan-assisted oven) is broken. When you turn it, it turns all the way around and does not control the oven. I believe the problem is not with the knob itself, but the control behind it. Does anyone know what spare part I need or if there is anything I can do to fix it without calling Bosch out. Thank you.

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