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My Maytag ceran oven does not bake evenly. Pizza is gooey in the middle - tonight I tried to bake a fergosa - italian bread. Same thing. Gooey in the middle. What's up?

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  • sherainscoug Oct 17, 2008

    I just moved to this house, and can't find the model number on my range.  It doesn't appear on any of the brochures that the previous owner left.  The booklet says electric range models T2.


    There is a number on the inside of the door - 8113P322-60.


    Does this help?

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Hello sherainscoug,
Welcome to fixya,

You said, My Maytag ceran oven does not bake evenly. Pizza is gooey in the middle - tonight I tried to bake a fergosa - Italian bread. Same thing. Gooey in the middle. What's up?

What is the complete model number including the number at the end of the model #

Is this a range equipped with speed bake or convection?
This means that if you click the speed bake or convection bake, a small fan starts to blow in the rear of the oven and distribute the air evenly so the goods bake faster.
If so then I'll bet the fan is not spinning!
If not you may have a faulty thermostat that would need to be changed.
I'm waiting for your complete model number!
Huuum

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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  • Neil Golan
    Neil Golan Oct 18, 2008


    Does your range say and look like this??


    http://www.epinions.com/review/pr-Jenn-A...

    Huuum


  • Neil Golan
    Neil Golan Oct 18, 2008


    Here is a review I found about this range if it is the one. (Below)
    Remember Maytag and Jenn air were and are the same company.
    Like Chevy,Oldsmobile and Cadillac, the same drive train except the different features and inner design and body shape they are the same car and company.
    I spoke of the fan in my earlier post to you!
    So you may want to spend one for service call or buy your own range rather than investing blindly into some else's old problem.
    I'm trying to check the year i'll get back yo you today!


    BUYERS BEWARE!

    by loopdlu212 ,Mar 18 '05


    Pros: Looks Beautiful
    Cons: Nothing But Problems/ Improper Venting Causes Soot



    This
    is a beautiful machine to look at, but I have had nothing but problems
    with it. I have had three of them delivered, and I am in the process of
    returning the third.

    The first one had a problem with the oven door not properly
    closing; it was always ajar. The second one was making terribly loud,
    knocking noises when it was preheating, which the technician diagnosed
    as a fan malfunction.
    The current one is causing an acute soot problem
    in my kitchen because it does not vent properly. The Sears Senior
    Technician examined it and diagnosed the problem: This model has a
    large metal plate blocking the vent on the inside of the oven, and the
    heat cannot properly flow. This, he said, is a design flaw in the model
    itself. Consequently, the heat is causing soot and filth to fill the
    kitchen each time the oven is on.

    Three strikes - this Jenn-Air Range is gone!

    Here is a


  • Neil Golan
    Neil Golan Oct 18, 2008





    Usually if one of these are the case, you would get an error code lighting up!
    So look at the fan when you bake on convection bake and tell me if the fan in the rear of the oven is tuning. It may take a few minutes to start till the oven gets up to temperature!




























    Faulty Temperature Sensor

    Newer
    style ovens with an electronic range control (ERC) utilize a
    temperature sensor inside the oven to regulate heating. This sensor
    controls the cooking modes and usually the self-cleaning mode on those
    models that have the option.

    The sensor has a very specific
    internal resistance that changes along with temperature. The sensor
    goes bad when its resistance is changed through a faulty internal
    connection or internal short.

    How to Diagnose?
    You
    can remove the sensor and check its resistance. It should read about
    1100 ohms at room temperature. If the reading is off more than about 50
    ohms, replace the sensor.

    Recent Customer Symptoms:
    The
    oven does not reach the set temp. and fluctuates. ( set point of 400,
    temp will reach 390 and fluctuate between 350 and 390). It check out at
    16 ohms at room temp. what I need to know is what should it read at
    what temps. Thanks




    __________________________________________________________________________________


















    Faulty Control Board

    Ovens that utilize a
    sensor require some electronics to interpret the sensor data and to
    take appropriate action to raise or lower the temperature in the oven.
    There are several configurations of this electronics. There are some
    electronic range controls (sometimes called ERC's or clocks) that have
    the logic and relay boards combined into a single unit. Others have a
    logic board that is separate from the relay board.

    If your oven will not keep a consistent temperature and you have verified that the sensor is not faulty, then one of these control boards could be faulty. The easiest way to tell is if the electronic range control is throwing a Fault Code.


    If it is not throwing a Fault Code, then you may be able to test the
    board(s) with the aid of a diagnostic sheet. This sheet is often
    located in an envelope that is located inside the cavity of the control
    panel. These diagnostic sheets are very model specific and usually
    provide voltage and resistance meeting that can be taken across test
    points on the boards.



    Huuum





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