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ERD30 will not reach or maintane setpoint

Dacor Model ERD30:

When using bake function, after you set temp the unit will sometimes count back from the setpoint 10-15 degrees and will never reach the intended setpoint. Or sometimes you can set the bake temp and it will function normal, but never reaches it's setpoint.

Could this be a defective oven temp sensor?

What is my best available source for replacement parts online for my
Dacor ERD30?

Thanks to everyone in advance for your help!

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Sell the piece of junk as fast as you can and go to Sears and buy a Kenmore.

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Read your owners manuel and follow the instructions for adjusting the oven temp set it 15 degrees higher

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