Question about Kitchen Ranges
If the oven control is electronic you can adjust it up or down by 30 degrees. If it is a knob it can be adjusted enough to compensate. Generally 50 degrees is not considered to be enough to cause cooking issues in most cases. I was never sold on that concept but there was a manufacturer that considered 75 degree differences normal.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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