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Viking Pro-Style 30 " Freestanding Stainless Steel Gas Range - VGSC5304BSS not keeping temperature in oven

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Calibration

Electric ovens are calibrated behind the temp knob. Pull the knob straight off of the shaft and look at the back of the knob. There should be a metal slide with a scale and a little set screw. Loosen the screw and move the slide in the direction indicated for your needs.

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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no the termostat but the ignitor that's the part that's nest to the broiler burner. the part that ignite the flame. when you turn on the broiler the ignitor becomes red like a glow.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Oven will not maintain temprature

This is a parts problem, I think called the burner ignitor. It is a pn oven part. We have had it in the past and are experiencing it again. We have had our stove for about 15 years, so I guess it is not too bad a problem, but not inexpensive. The oven is letting the gas be off too long between reignitions, so it does not maintain temperature. The first time we realized the probelem was with the Thanksgiving turkey (pink in the joints.)

We had to have the part replaced about 7 years ago and the part was about a $200 part plus service call. I am sure it more costly now. Hopefully you can get yours under warranty.

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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SOURCE: my viking electric oven does not have accurate temperature

how bad is the temp off?

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Viking 30" Range - Igniter works - but NO FLAME in oven or ranges

No pilot light need to be ignited. You may need a new ignitor. It might not be catching. If you pull the bottom oven plate off you can see the ignitor on the side of the burner and see if it is in its place or broken or just plain old. It is a simple fix. You can buy a universal ignitor or contact Viking and they will sell it to you. Its only two wires and can do it yourself if you are somewhat technical. Good luck.

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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