Question about Kitchen Ranges
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.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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