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Oven in whirlpool model rf366bxd will not heat

Oven does not heat to desired temperature setting

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SOURCE: Duco4ss main oven not heating on fan setting

put test bulb on the two wires going to fan heating element,that will tell all,if bulb lights,its the fan element that needs to be replaced!good luck!!

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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SOURCE: Oven will heat up, but then will not maintain desired temperature.

YOU HAVE A BAD ELECTRONIC RANGE CONTROL OR ERC

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SOURCE: MY GAS OVEN TOOK 2 HOURS TO REACH THE DESIRED TEMPERATURE OF 350.

the ignitor is prolly bad (not pulling enough amps)

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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SOURCE: fagor oven will not regulate its temperature, once

From the symptoms you describe, I would say the oven thermostat is faulty, and in need of replacement.
This is the control you regulate the temoperature with.
Hope this helps.

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