Question about Ovens
The bottom element quit working and whats up with that!!!It is not burnt out we checked for that
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
I also don't have a manual, but work on computers so tried some buttons and they did the trick.
On the left hand side is the button that has Mode, and then a series of buttons.
On the right hand side there is a series of buttons, and one looks like heat coming from the bottom. Turn this button to that setting.
On the left side, press the mode button, and then press the button that looks like a thermometer. This is the mode for setting the temperature of the over.
Beside the display windows, there is knob that looks like a dial on an analog clock. Turn this dial until the temperature you want appears.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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