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Oven not reaching correct temp

When we turn our lincoln impinger oven on it does not reach the temp that is set. we are in ohio any help with a serviceman who can help?

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  • sharonh21 Jan 15, 2009

    We have 2 sets (2 double stacks) of these same ovens, the X2's, and are having exactly the same issues. Our ovens are less than 1 year old. We called Mike Buelow at Enodis Corporation (parent corp of Lincoln) about the problem (design and parts flaws) which is something Lincoln apparently knows about, but will not admit to.

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It isn't a design flaw. It is an air pressure switch. Main fan not running OR oven is dirty and the tube to the air pressure switch is clogged. Dirty ovens aren't a design flaw. I saw it once a week. Five minutes clearing the tube and you back in business. Hope this helps.

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