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Oven does not heat to proper temperature

My oven does not heat to the proper temperature.  I placed two temperature data loggers in the oven and placed it at 300 degrees.  After 30 minutes it reached 200 degrees and after 1 hour and 15 minutes it peaked out at 248 degrees.  Any suggestions or ideas?

 

Thank you,

 

Jeff

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    Just replaced the sensor on my Kenmore oven 790.9622. Unfortunately this did not solve the problem. Despite setting the oven to, say, 425, it only preheats to 350 - almost like it is ignoring my temp setting and defaulting to the 350 initial setting.


  • cmrz85 Jun 25, 2008

    I have a GE convection range and the oven does not heat to the proper temperature both in bake and convection. For example, the oven will be set to 350 and the oven thermometer will say 375. I have tried to manually adjust the temperature like the book says and it will go either too high or too low. A repair man told me that it was the control PC board assembly. Will this work? I am afraid of spending 200. dollars for this and this will not fix the problem.

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