Question about Amana Kitchen Ranges
There is an oven temp gauge you can get to check the temp, When you have that you can remove the dial from the oven and if you look at the back you should see either one or two small screws. If you loosen them you can reajust the setting. Also if it (The oven) seems to heat up to slow It could be the heat sensor, That is in the oven and looks like a long rod. You can investagte changing that out but that is a bit more work.
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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