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My baked goods are not turning out right. What is

My baked goods are not turning out right. My cupcakes are "blowing" to one side, my giant cookies are flattening and browning instead of doming and everything seems to take longer to bake than it did in my home convection oven. Help!

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Have you changed altitudes? Have you checked the actual oven temp with a regular oven thermometer?

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