Question about Bakers Pride P-44S Oven
most electric ovens have two elements.
in baking, the bottom element is used to maintain oven heat for to cook your food.
in broiling, the top element provides direct radiant heat to cook your food.
now the catch: most ovens will use BOTH elements at once to bring the oven up to temperature, when you first turn it on to bake something. once the oven is up to temperature, the top oven turns off, and doesn't turn back on.
here's two tests to do:
turn your oven to bake, and check in about one minute to see if the top element is on. if it is, your oven has a normal automatic preheat cycle.
turn your oven to broil, and watch to see if the top element heats up. if it does not, then there is a problem.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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