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Temperature Oven is consistently too cool. Temp on control panel says 350 but thermometer in oven says 275. How do I fix this????

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Re: Temperature

Your manual should tell you how to adjust the temp. up or down.  If this doesn't work then replace the oven temp sensor.

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My wolf red ch-6-29-ft22l-lbl the oven has to b set at 425 to maintain 350 is this a tstat problem or gas valve issue ?. when set on 350 the flame cuts back at 275 and holds there..

it could be a thermostat problem as it controls the gas valve settings
As it is gas , call in the gas technician for the unit and have it diagnosed and fixed properly

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I get this service call a lot so lets verify temp before we discuss possible causes set the rack in the middle of the oven hang an oven thermometer in the center of rack set a 350 let run 1 hour check the temp after an hour this gives the oven enough time to cycle and stabilize this will give you the true average of oven, temp placement of thermometer is important plus or minus 15F on either side of 350 is not that much of a big deal the max range for a temperature offset is usually 30F, there should be a tech sheet in a plastic pouch on the back of the unit now if you do find it to be running 50F too hot well there are test to determine if the temperature sensor is operating correctly it should read appx. 1654 ohms at 350 this tells the control board to open the heat relay stopping power to the gas valve lot of work you have to have the oven out back panel off to access the wiring going to control unplug machine at 350 disconnect wiring from board to ohm out sensor, sensors go bad and so do boards, sensor is cheaper try changing it first.

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The first thing to ask yourself is "Is the thermostat accurate?"
Get an El-Cheap-O oven thermometer at the grocery store. Set your oven for any random temp, say 325. With the over thermometer HANGING FROM A RACK IN THE MIDDLE, wait until the oven light that tells you it is heating goes out, indicating that the oven is at 325. Open the door and QUICKLY read the thermometer you have hanging in there. IF the hanging thermometer and the temp displayed on the oven match within, say, 25 degrees then we have an issue. And, as you say that you have already replaced the temperature sensing element, that only leaves the control board or the upper and lower safety thermostats. Those are what we call "Snap Disc" thermostats. To see a typical snap disc thermostat, go to ApppliancePartsPros.Com or just BING (NEVER 'Google') Part Number: AP3055315. These theremostats may be opening prematurely, preventing the oven from reaching full temp. And once the oven cools, the snap disc will close again, allowing the unit to work. Kind Of. If it's not one of the safeties, the board is toast.

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Oven will not heat over 200

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The temperature in my oven is not accurate.... If I set it for 350, it pre-heats and then buzzes [to let me know it's reached temp]....but the temperature is NOT 350; rather, it is at 275 [I have a...

Your oven's manual should tell you how to adjust this. The manual should also have a trubleshooting chart. Also remember, your temperature sensor may be going bad and will need to be replaced. For now, you can set the temperature 75 degrees higher to get the correct temperature you need.

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When i put my oven on to 350 it takes a long time to heat, then the beeper beeps to let me know the oven is ready BUT it is not at 350. I have an oven temperature gadget and it shows it is at 275. ...

Standard oven thermometers use a bi-metal coil, which is slow to react. When we test oven calibration, we use digital thermometers with a remote temp probe which are MUCH more accurate and MUCH quicker to respond to temperture changes. If your bake times are significantly longer or shorter than the recipes state, have a service technician test it.

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The oven does not heat to the set temperature. It is usually much hotter

You can have the oven recalibrated by a professional OR you can purchase an oven thermometer and check the temperature yourself. Place the oven thermometer in the oven.Set the oven to a specific temperature. When it indicates it is at that temperature check the thermometer. Adjust your setting by that many degrees. For instance, if you set the temp at 350 and the oven thermometer shows 450, then reduce your temperature setting by 100 degrees each time you use the oven.

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This is a simple fix as long as the oven is heating properly and the only problem is that the temp seems higher than what the temperature control knob indicates...

Purchase an inexpensive oven thermometer from the hardware store and place it in the center of the oven. Set the temperature control knob to 350 degrees F.

Check the temperature indicated on the thermometer in the oven after 20 minutes. If it's not within 5 degrees of 350, you'll need to adjust the oven's temperature control.

Turn the oven off.

Pull off the temperature control knob. You can usually pull it off by hand, pry it off with a thin screwdriver, or slide a piece of cord up behind it and pull.

Note which kind of temperature control knob you have. There are two types: The first has a screw in the shaft of the knob; the second has an adjustment dial on the back of the knob.

Adjust the temperature with the first type by turning the screw in the shaft with a screwdriver. Turn it clockwise to lower the temperature; turn it counterclockwise to raise the temperature. Turn the screw just a little bit in the appropriate direction.

Adjust the temperature with the second type of knob by turning the dial on the back of the knob. (This dial is held in place with a screw or a clip that will need to be removed.) Raise the temperature setting by turning the dial counterclockwise; lower it by turning the dial clockwise. The notches are typically in 5 or 10-degree increments.

Test the oven temperature again.

Repeat until you're in the right temperature range.

Good Luck!

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