Question about Ovens
Thanks to your help I fixed the F7 with a business card. Now the oven doesn't heat past 282 and it takes forever to get there. I cleaned the ribbon contact. What's next?
Are you sure that you have not inadvertently switched to the Celsius temperature mode? A temperature of 282 degrees C corresponds to 540 degrees F.
I doubt that it is the heating element. They either fail by short circuiting or by opening up completely.
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