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Hotpoint Oven Overheating RF512 G0L1

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I am troubleshooting a Hotpoint drop-in range in a newly purcased house  which has the oven overheating both in bake and broil modes. I looked inside and saw that the thermocouple was bent in the middle  was not it its original clips and put it back. However temps are still way off and I presume that tihe thermostat should be replaced . The OEM model   GE- PS235852 is pricey at about $ 150 . Can I use a universal replacement  electric oven thermostat( suggestions on which will best too ) ? - tThanks

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Sears shows this thermostat part number  WB21X500 at $126.99, it is $103.75 from this site...:)

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