Question about Viking Ovens
Are you checking with a store bought thermometer or your recipe. If it is your recipe then ur thermostat might need a calibration or need to be changed completely if it is really off by more than 100 degrees. If it is 99 or less a simple calibration may just do it. If you have a steady hand. With your thermometer inside the oven and the door closed set at 350. Then take the oven knob off and take a small flat screw driver (really small). And insert it in the valve part where the knob was. With a flash light u can see the small screw. Turn it a hair at a time (1-2mm). Wait 20 minutes and see if the temp does rise. If not turn another hair. Repeat until 350 is reached. You must wait the 20-30 minutes for it to reach the temp. If all else fails changing the thermostat would be next. I do not recommend u do this alone. approx cost is: $400 - 500 front access, 500 - 600 rear access Good luck.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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