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OVEN TEMP WRONG

The problem is the temperature is not the true temperature can i make adjustments

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Yes you can make adjustments but you need a thermometer to set it accurately, you can buy them at Wal mart for 4 bucks. You will need to see if the thermal bulb is located in the flame, if not you will have to move it when it's cool. Some units have a screw to adjust the temperature some use a sliding tube to adjust the heat you will need to look at the stove to see. If you have the owners manual it will help, sometimes the thermal bulb goes bad and the temp control has to be replaced.

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