Question about Kitchen Ranges
When I try to cook at 400 degrees I have to set the oven at 300 degrees.
Possible you'll have to replace the thermostat. Easy job...just have a peek at it.
Posted on Nov 24, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Puzzeled, usually when there is a stuck or shorted keypad there will be an error code. First let's see if we can tell if we are in Centigrade or Ferenhiet. Press the bake and broil button together for 2 or 3 seconds. SF should appear in the display. Press the broil pad again and C or F will be displayed. Toggle to F and press start. See if that was the problem. If not try to increase the speed of the + and - keypads. Press bake and broil together for 2 seconds until SF displays. Press the + keypad increase the speed of the control. It should toggle from 1 to 5, 5 being the fastest. Press start and see if that works. If niether works..then have someone remove the keypad ribbon cable from the control board and clean the ends with an eraser. See if that solves the issue...Catriver..post back and let me know.
Posted on May 12, 2007
your correct the only difference between a regular oven and a convection oven is that it has a fan.when you open the oven door the fan should be spinning to a stop if this is not the case you may have a problem with the fan.
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
SOURCE: Gas oven not heating to temp
You more than likely have a defective oven sensor. For some reason the sensors tend to go after a few years of use. It is in the upper right or left hand corner and looks like a probe sticking through the inside back of the range. When you open the door you just look towards the top back left or right corner there are 2 screw securing it to the back. Gently pull it forward. You will see a couple of small wires feed into as you pull it in. On most you will see a plug in connector come through the hole if not you may have to just splice the new one in.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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After a power outage, my wife's grandmother said she could
no longer set her over to 300, 400, 450, whatever..
I went over to troubleshoot.
I couldn't figure out why everything seemed functional and
why I couldn't set the over to higher than 288 (and thought, that's a rather
odd number)... until I realized that
that 288 degrees C = 550 degrees F which is the max the oven can do.
The power outage reset the computed back to celcius instead
Save them a ton of money... cause this could have been an
easy cash grab to some cook out there.
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