Question about Kitchen Ranges
Digital front panel display says it is at temp, but food id not cooking right. for instance, pizza cooks on top, but crust is mushy. idea's? power is correct.
SOURCE: oven is cooking unevenly
ladder, here are some suggestions to try to help you with this problem. Make sure that you wait another 10 minutes to put your food in after the preheat light goes out or tone goes on. The manufactures like to get that energy effecient label on these ranges. If your utensil is dark, darkened by age or glass, these will absorb more heat and can cause over browning. Lower the oven temp for these types of utensils or use a pan with a shiney finish. Make sure the utensil is not too close to any oven wall. Do not check for doneness until minimum recommended baking time. Opening the door frequently causes the lower element to cycle and provides too much intense heat. Use the second or third rack from the bottom. Finally, check the owners manual for calibration instructions. You might be off with that. Catriver...post back.
Posted on Dec 18, 2006
SOURCE: Gas oven not heating to temp
You more than likely have a defective oven sensor. For some reason the sensors tend to go after a few years of use. It is in the upper right or left hand corner and looks like a probe sticking through the inside back of the range. When you open the door you just look towards the top back left or right corner there are 2 screw securing it to the back. Gently pull it forward. You will see a couple of small wires feed into as you pull it in. On most you will see a plug in connector come through the hole if not you may have to just splice the new one in.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
SOURCE: maytag advanced cooking system
I attempted to locate a user's manual for you but your model number came back as invalid, please recheck your model number, and follow the link that I provided. This will allow you to download a manual for your range.
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Posted on Jun 18, 2008
The oven has a temperature sensor inside. The sensor tells the oven when to go on and off. It may need replacement. The sensor is protrudes from the back left wall of the inside of the oven. Make sure that it is fully plugged in and that it is not covered with any goop from the oven. The other things you can check is that nothing is obstruction the heat. That means NO foil or coverings on the bottom of the oven. It blocks the heat vents and can damage your oven. Underneath the floor of you oven, you will find the gas jets.The flame should come out blue and steady. It it is sputtering and orange, the little holes might be blocked. Clean carefully.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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