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If you cannot regulate the heat in your oven it is most likely that your oven thermostat has failed.

You will need to have a new one fitted. This link will show you whats involved and where to get the parts. ; www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-replace-cooker-thermostat-oven-250012/

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