My oven model number is fef336ase. The problem I am having is that when you turn the oven on it starts to heat and then you hear it click like it does when it reaches its desired temp. But it is not heated all the way and it keeps clicking on and off a couple of times a minute. Hopefully this makes sence.
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Re: Thanksgiving ham still not done cooking
Hello LeeTB. The problem points to the temp sensor. The part# AP2126609. You can check with a local appliance repair or a hardware store for price and stock. Replacing the part is not too difficult. Unplug or throw the 220v breaker first, locate the sensor in the oven, locate the sensors plug by removing the backpanel, (suggestion- check the wiring & plug of the sensor currently in the oven. You may attempt cleaning & reconnecting before replacing IF the wiring /plug are not brital & frail), replace the sensor, route the wire plug, reconnect the plug, remount the back panel, reconnect the 220v or reset the breaker, and test operation.
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I place ham in a large roasting pan or large rectangular pan using a rack under the ham. Set oven to 325 and cook 15-18 minutes per pound. I make a glaze. I glaze half way through cooking time and then a second time 15 minutes prior to removing from oven.
12-17 minutes per pound at 375 is recommended for an oven. I'm not sure of the difference between the frier and oven. Most prepared hams are fully cooked or smoked. Here's a link to check other info on cooking hams.
Soak beans overnight in cold water, drain and rinse, place in roaster (adding a ham bone is a good seasoner), add salt (about 3/4 Tablespoon), cover with water, turn roaster on to 350 degrees, add hot liquid or ham juice when beans are going dry and stir. Don't check too often, because it will release heat and slow cooking time down. Takes 5 hours to fully cook. (Note: bean pkg has quick soak method which works in place of the overnigt soak)
I cook 140 lbs of beans every year at church for a ham & bean dinner. I soak them overnight in 4 large rubbermaid containers (about 35 lbs in each covered all the way to the top with cold water). In the morning I drain the water, rinse beans and divide between about 14 cookers (several of them are the 22 qt roasters). You can put beans in to about 1 1/2 to 2" of the top rim. Put a ham bone in (I pre-cook about 12 10 lb bone-in hams two to a roaster sitting in about 1" water several days before, chop the meat, save the juice and the bones) and a cupped palm full of salt (3/4 to 1 T ?) and cover with water. Cook on about 350 degrees. When they start going dry add the leftover ham drippings that were saved (I usually have it heating in a crockpot nearby so that it doesn't slow the cooking of the beans down).
No, I'm sorry, you will have to replace your thermostat to get this oven to heat to proper temperature. We are Admiral factory authorized parts and service professionals and will be happy to get this part out to you asap.
You could heat it on low power in the microwave at about 50% power for about 10 minutes, let it sit for a few minutes, check the temp around the bone, and do it again for another 2 minutes at a time until it gets to whatever temp you prefer. If you do use the roaster, put a cup of water in the pan, cover the ham, and heat at about 300 for about 30 minutes. If you want a little variety, instead of water you could pour a cup of Coke or pineapple juice over the ham, then cover and heat as noted above.