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JKP56BOA2BB BOTTOM OVEN ONLY GETS TO 100 DEGREES

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SOURCE: I am attempting to pre-heat oven to 400 degrees

Hi, Upon reading your post I immediately thought of a bad ignitor for the oven, but I am not sure whether you have a gas oven or a conventional electric range. So...If it is gas, I'd suggest replacing the ignitor for the hot surface ignition. If it's electric the bake element may be at fault although most range's use the broil in the preheat, so it should still climb up to 400, it would just take a really long time. Maybe you can clarify if it's electric or gas and I can try to move you forward from there. Macmarkus :)

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

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