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Hotpoint sy51x oven

Hi can someone help me i have a hotpoint sy51x oven .it does not heat up like it used to .i put it on full heat where it would normally take about 10-15 mins it is now taking about 50 mins if not longer .can somebody tell me what the problem is with it

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Re: hotpoint sy51x oven

Your thermostat is on its way out it is place on the other side of the knob you will need a oven engineer to have a look

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