Question about Ovens
This could be a thermostat issue or a burner issue. Most ovens have a top and bottom burner, if one of them is not working, the oven may not reach or stay at the right temperature. You should be able to get a replacement at home stores that sell appliances or order one online. They are fairly easy to replace. You may have to remove a couple of screws but otherwise they pop out and pop in. You can test the burners by turning the oven on bake and a few minutes later open the oven to see if the bottom burner is red, if not it may be burnt out. You can set the oven to broil and after a few minutes, look at the top burner, if it's not red it's likely burnt out. If both burners seem to be working, it is likely a thermostat issue. I haven't replaced one of them before, but you should be able to find instructions on youtube to determine if it is something you are comfortable replacing on your on.
Posted on Aug 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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