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I NEED TO ADJUST THE TEMPATURE OF A AMANDA OVEN! CAN YOU TELL ME HOW I VAN DO THIS?

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The adjustment screw is behind the oven knob, remove the knob and in side the thermostat shaft you will find that screw. first you put an oven thermometer inside the oven at 250 degrees for about 20 minutes with out opening the oven door. now you know. if oven is to low turn that screw the same way the oven temperature goes high. about a quarter of and inch. if oven temperature is to high turn the screw the same way the oven temperature goes from high to low.

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My oven is comimg up with the F4 fault message?


Hello Rose,
Hello,
The error code F4 are code that mean their is a problem with the oven tempature sensor and that sensor is uncappable of telling the control board what the temp. is in the oven. This is what the sensor looks like,oldtech2332_20.jpgTo check the sensor,unplug it and place meter leads into the white plastic plug at the end and check for between 1060-1100 ohms of resistiance when its good.


The F4 error code is for sensor that has a open circuit,so instead of the 1060-1100 of a good it the display on the meter will show infinate resistiance ( the meter display will not change)

If at room tempature when checking the oven sensor if the display shows anything other that 1060-1100 ohms the sensor is going to be the problem and needs to be replaced.
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GR448LXPS ERROR CODE E2F3


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The F3-E2 error code means that the heated well above the setting the tempature was set at. The usual reason the oven would over heat by so much is a defective oven tempature sensor and the sensor would need to be tested to see if is the problem to test the sensor it would need to disconnected from the wiring to it and measure the amount of ohms of resistiance AT ROOM TEMPATURE when the oven is off and cool. At room temp. the the meter used to check the sensor should display between 1060-1100 ohms,if the number is vastly different that 1060-1100 at room tempature the sensor is defiently bad and should be replaced. This is what the sensor looks like oldtech2332_129.jpg
it will be inside of the oven chamber and again to properly check it the wiring should be unplugged and the meter leads should be placed into the plug at the end of the sensor to measure the ohms.
If after checking the sensor if its within the range of 1060-1100 ohms at room tempature the problem is going to be the control board.


I hope i have been able to help ya fix your oven,

Oct 08, 2011 | Whirlpool Ovens

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Oven temp not correct


One thing you should know about a gas oven is that they do not keep a constant tempature like an electric oven does. So going by a tempature gauge in the oven can fool you. The way a gas oven works is by "average" tempature. In other words if you take the highest and lowest tempature readings and average them out you will get the actual tempature. For example let's say that you set the oven to 350. Well first it will take about 10 to 15 minutes for the oven to properly pre-heat. Once it is preheated you can listen to the gas burner and watch a tempature gauge(flook meter is best). When the gas burner shuts off the oven tempature will continue to rise. When the oven tempature stops rising then you will take that reading. Then wait for the oven burner to come back on again and watch the tempature gauge. When the tempature gets to it's lowest point and stops then take that reading. Do this several times and then take all the tempature readings and add them together then divide that number by the number of readings you took and that will give you the actual tempature. Within 5 degrees is great but anything over 10 degrees can affect your cooking. This will give you an idea if your oven is out of calibration or not.

There is a calibration procedure. The instuctions are located in the owners manual and can be found here http://products.geappliances.com/MarketingObjectRetrieval/Dispatcher?RequestType=PDF&Name=49-85131.PDF

Just go to the "Thermostat Adjustment" section for the proper calibration procedure.

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Oven does not maintain a consistent temperature


Is this oven gas or electric? If it is gas then it can be normal to see 30 to 50 degrees difference in tempature. The tempature in a gas oven works on the average tempature. For example: The oven tempature may rise all the way up to 370 degrees. Then the burner will shut off. And then the tempature can drop all the way to 330 degrees. Then take 330 and add that to 370 then divide that number by two and the average tempature will be 350. If your oven is electric then the tempature should be much more consistant but can have a 10 to 15 degree variance. Also the standard oven tempature guage that you put in the oven or even the temp guage built into the oven are not very accurate. We us a Fluke meter with a thermocouple to calibrate an oven. So to check your oven for proper tempature regulation you will first need to let the oven pre-heat for about 15 minutes. Then place the thermocouple in the center of the oven. If the oven is electric the take a temp reading every 5 minutes and average them out. If the oven is gas then you will need to take a temp reading when the tempature reaches it's highest and lowest points. Take at least 5 consectutive readings and average them out. You should get an average within 10 degrees of set temp(350 degrees). If it is off by 35 degrees or less you can usually caluibrate the thermostat back to proper temp. This procedure can be different for each range model. If it is more than 35 degrees off or you are getting irratic readings then the thermostat or thermostat components might need to be replaced.

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The oven tempature is not high enough i need to set it higher


what is you model number,, u got ur manual it will tell u how to adjjust temp,, if not go to jennair website and locate a manual and print it out and read it u can adjust it some if that doesnt help maybe u need service to replace a thermosat or somethin try it urself first hope this helps bye bye

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Oven jjw9527aab fan runs continuously even when cool and now shows F2 alarm message


The F2 error code is due to the temp sensor is registering a tempature over 600 degrees. So the reason why the convection fan is continously running is because the ERC thinks the oven is overheated and is trying to cool it down. It is probably a bad tempature sensor or oven relay board. You will need to test the tempature sensor with an OHM meter. They usually will read 1000-1100 OHMS at room tempature. If you get an open read or a incorrect OHM reading then I would replace the tempature sensor otherwise replace the power relay board if the temp sensor is reading correct. But try unplugging the power to the oven for over 10 minutes first and then plug it back in. This will reset the ERC and might fix the problem.

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Wolf wall oven error message: RTD Open


RTD is resistence tempature detector. The oven is telling you that the tempature probe circuit is open. The temapture probe may have been damaged due to the self-cleaning cycle or it could just be the wiring harness is loose. You will need to remove the tempature probe and test it with a ohm meter. The average reading should be aroun 1200 ohms at room tempature. If it is testing open or the ohm reading is way off then you will need to replace the tempature probe. If it is testing good then it could be aproblem with the control board.

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The oven starts to beep and flashes F2 when the


the f2 is telling you that the tempature is to high. It could be your control board. I personely would call a tech as its got to do with the contacts on the control board or the door lock. can be several different problems.

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HOW TO ADJUST THE OVEN THERMOSTAT ON A WHIRLPOOL GAS OVEN MODEL SF387PEYQ7. THANKS AJ


Press and hold BAKE pad for five (5) seconds. Current offset, if any is shown in 3-digit display. CAL is shown in 4-digit display (3 digits on right).

Pressing the UP pad adjust the temperature in 10 degree F increments in fthe following sequence: 0, 10,20,30,-30,-20,-10, 0 and so on.

Press START/ENTER pad to activate the desire tempature adjustment. If the START/ENTER pad is not pressed within 5 minutes, adjustment is ignored.

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Oven tempature is 35 degrees celcius less than set tempature even after adjusting oven tempature control


if you read your tappan instructions, it will tell you to turn your oven to 550 degrees, then press and hold the bake button for 15 seconds. it will blank out and go to 0. adjust temp up or down accordingly. peace out.

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