Question about GE Profile JTP56 Electric Double Oven
I had an old oven that started working poorly. We pulled the old electric wall oven out and noticed that one of the power connections was poorly attached. We put the new oven in and made sure the connections were all attached properly. The new oven has the same problem as the old. It heats up very slowly. The upper element works but the lower element seems not to be working at full power. The oven wont get hotter than @350 degrees unless you put it on broil. My question is could the wire that was damaged be permenently damaged and thus the oven is not getting enough power. Thanks. The oven is a Frigidaire Gaallery Series
You could very well have an electrical problem. You may not be getting the full 220 volts needed to make the oven function correctly. Call a local appliance technician or electrician for service.
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