Question about Kitchen Ranges
Do you mean the old one was marked in Fahrenheit and the new one in Celcius degrees?
If so, 350 deg F is 175 deg C.
If you need a conversion chart see here
Posted on Dec 22, 2016
Read the manual
Posted on Dec 21, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the exact problem. We had the ignitor replaced 2 already and it works for 18 months and stops. Occasionally, it the oven won't even start to heat. I am ready to throw it out.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
SOURCE: Tappan Oven overheats!!
If you have electronic controls, you'll need either the temperature probe (about $60.00) or the clock (about $150.00). You can test the temperature probe from behind the machine. It should read about 1080 ohms at room temperature. if the probe is good, replace the clock.
If you have mechanical oven controls, you need a new thermostat. Is the too high temp consistent? (i.e. runs at 375F +/- 25F?) If so, you can usually adjust the thermostat **** to read closer to the actual temperature.
Posted on Mar 10, 2008
When using Broil, it is normal for only the top element to work and it depends on the oven whether both should be on or not for baking but typically, baking does not use the upper element otherwise it could burn baked goods.
If setting the temperature higher than 350 does not cause the lower element to turn on, then it's likely that the thermostat has failed and can no longer respond to the temperature set.
The fact that both elements work under some conditions means that both of the heater elements are working at least some of the time. Because of the primitive nature of the elements, it isn't possible for them to just become 'weak' but they can interrupt themselves if there is a break in the resistance element but you could only separate the two possibilities by measuring the hot coil and that would be difficult unless you can pull the range out and access the AC feed lines that go to the element. Obviously, the power would have to be disconnected and the measurement done quickly so the element didn't have time to cool and regain continuity.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
the previous owner was on lp gas, you are on natural gas. the orfice ratings are different. call a professional to convert the range back to natural gas.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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