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Top oven does not get up to the set temp.,as set on the control knob,could it be the stat or is it something else.Regards Graham Cooker is a Parkin Cowan Ovation 60GLXa

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All ovens have 3 basic parts. metal cabinet. element and thermostat. if the element is heating, even if it is only slightly it will be the thermostat. if it doesn't heat at all it most likely will be the element but can also be burnt or bad wiring connections.

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