Question about Kitchen Ranges
Take the oven knob of and in side the shaft of the thermostat there is the adjustment screw for the calibration. first set the oven at 250 degrees and check in 20 minutes without opening the oven door,now check the thermometer. if it's lower turn the screw just lest then a quarter of an inch, the same way the oven knob goes from low to high, holding the shaft of the thermostat so that it will not move.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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