Question about Kitchen Ranges
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Check the manual, or your 8 yr old.
seriously though if you have an auto set use it and the oven should go to 350. otherwise push bake and set temp then push start if you have that button. hope the cake comes out good.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
you can only calibrate the oven + or - 35 degrees. if you are over 35 degrees off you will need to ohm your temperature probe to see if you get about 1280 ohms if you do then you need to replace the clock control. if you ohm the temperature probe and you are off by more than 10% then you will need to replace the probe. in most cases both the control and probe would need to be replaced.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
The door light switch was broken (upper right face of oven). The door switch is automatically activated when the door is opened to turn on the oven light. When the door is closed the switch is depressed to turn off the light. It seems the switch position is detected by the oven and if it is in the open position it will not allow the oven to function properly (reach temperature or allow the cleaning cycle to run). I temporarily locked the broken switch in the closed position, which allows the oven to function. A new switch was ordered for replacement.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
This may sound facetious, so don't get offended.
Did you set your clock to the correct time?
Did you clear any and all preset timers?
If none of that helps you can usually find roaches in the strangest places. If you have no roaches, then moisture and heat are the likely culprits which means that your blister pads are simply worn out. Unfortunately these are coated with graphite and don't last forever, so a timer replacement would be your only option unless your touchpad is separate from your timer.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
It is easy!! After you remove the two screws pull straight out and do so easily, there are two female spade connectors on the element that you'll have to remove. When removing don't pull on the wire itself,pull on the connector. You may have to use pliers.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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