Question about Frigidaire GLEF379D Electric Kitchen Range
I have tried to adjust but it is over 35 degrees off. Especially if you have to bake at 425 plus degrees. Looked for a thermostat part, but there is no such part. Oven is around 3 years old and it's always been a problem.
Are you sure that both elements are working?
I would try the top element alone by selecting 'Broil,' and the bottom element is easy enough; a hand on the bottom in a cold oven just turned on.
The bottom element alone can probably produce a good bit of heat but I think for higher temps both need to be functional.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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