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Hi,can you tell me what the thermostat looks like? I have the face plate off my Dacor stove and the power is off. I talked to a repair man about it not working after I used self cleaning. He said to reset the thermostat and the stove will work again.

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It is a metal thin tube with a long copper rod like thing on the end. Kind of like an indoor/outdoor thermometer has.

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