Question about Ovens
Temp set at a certain degree and gets hotter on it's own
The oven sensor rod on the rear wall of the oven cavity is defective,remove screws holding it sometimes you can plug a new replacement sensor in from the front,if you can't then remove rear panel on the back of the oven to access the connector to replace it
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oven will not stay on
I used what Charlie recommended ...” post-it” as insulation
And works PERFECTLY….
I have a Kenmore oven Clock…( built in the wall)
Thanks Charlie…you are a Genius!!!!
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
next to last page in your manual
Adjusting Oven Temperature
Oven temperature has been factory calibrated and tested. If
oven consistently over or under cooks food, adjust thermostat.
Oven temperature can be increased or decreased 35°F. To
avoid over adjusting oven, move temperature 5°F each time.
1. Push BAKE pad.
2. Press + pad until an oven temperature greater than 500°F
shows in display.
3. Immediately push and hold, approximately 5 seconds,
BAKE button until “00” appears.
4. Press + or - arrow pad to adjust oven temperature.
• To increase oven temperature (for a hotter oven), Press
pad until a positive number appears in display.
• To decrease oven temperature (for a cooler oven),
Press pad until a negative number appears in display.
5. Press OVEN CANCEL pad to save adjustment.
• Setting is saved if power fails or is disconnected.
heres a link to the entire manual if needed
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
meter the electric-220 metering the positives...110 metering 1 positive & ground at a time...Ohm the element if shows open(10 dollar multimeter doesn't move) then is bad.Can be reached from the back just above where the power attaches,for safety disconect the power
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
There is no real way to calibrate the thermostat. Most ovens have the same problem. By lowering the setting slightly will help get a closer temperature. Sometimes similar thermostats are substituted and may not be exactly the same as the original that came with your oven. Hope my trying to answer your question was helpful, Thanks, Sea breeze
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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