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Oven sometimes works ok other times takes twice as long to cook . Think it may be thermostat .I have no experience of repairing ovens Is it difficult to change thermostat

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Sometimes they are hard to get to, looking at this picture i would think the panel has a screw or two on it that have to be removed , and always remove the power first, the thermostat has a capilery that goes into the oven , it is kind of like a long small tube that has a larger tube at the end of it , the end is what feels the heat so this long hose like tube will have to be sneaked back into where you took the old one out of. you must be very careful with the new one or you will be buying more of them if you get back to me Model, make, serial number i will locate one for you to buy ,, also temp range on the one you now have in the oven you can find this by looking a the knob temps ...Frank

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