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Whirlpool built-in oven GBS307PD: After self-clean, temperature adjust button which Increases the temperature now decreases the temperature. Decrease button works fine. Otherwise, oven works great.

Have a Whirlpool Gold built in oven GBS307PD. After a self-clean, the temperature adjust button to Increase the temperature now decreases the temperature. The button to Decrease the temperature works as normal,therefore I have two buttons that decrease the temp and no way to increase the temp. Everything else on the oven works as normal.

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I understand you want to know how to turn on the oven on your Frigidaire range, model# FGF337GUD. First, make sure you have set the clock. You will do this by pressing the "Clock Set" button and then press and hold down the up or down arrows, until the correct time shows. After you have set the clock, you are ready to turn your oven on.

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