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Neither of my electric double wall ovens do not maintain temperature. There have been times when the temp has dropped up to 60 degrees while baking. I have to constantly press the BAKE button to maintain the right temp. Model number is AEW4630DDS. My husband is pretty handy, is this something he could handle? thanks PS it is a double oven, even though the model number shows only a single oven

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