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Frigidaire oven is too hot by 50 deg.

Frigidaire model # CFEF 368 CES-3 is too hot by 50 deg or more. Is there a thermostat to replace? Were would I get the parts?

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Yes, I would say that the main oven thermostat is faulty and in need of replacing.
If you are in u/k then try the followinw.
www.espares.co.uk.
Hope this helps.
Plz leave feedback.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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