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Convection oven not working properly???

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Convection oven not working properly???

I've never had a convection oven before but I don't think my new oven one is working properly.

I put a casserole in set for 400 degree for 30 minutes. It was barely warm. I change to regular bake, same temp and time and it cooked just fine.

I noticed that when I cancelled the convection bake and started the regular bake it preheated from 300 degrees. I know that the over automatically reduces the temp by 25 degress in convection but it seems to me that it only got to 300 degrees ??

I'm pretty sure that the fan runs.

Any ideas?

Posted by luadams on Aug 14, 2007

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Re: Convection oven not working properly???

Model #JMW9527CAQ convection oven has no display visible.Started out very dim and eventually went to no display on the front display .

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