Question about Frigidaire FEF366DC Electric Kitchen Range
Our Frigidaire oven started not cooking thourougly a couple months ago. Sometimes the back will cook and not the front and vice-versa. my wife just cooked a homemade pizza tonight and she cooked it for twice the time it usually takes and it was still doughy in sections with no rhyme or reason. the other night we had tried to cook the frozen fries and it cooked for three times as long and still was not cooked thoroughly.
Duane is right. I would also get a oven thermometer that you put in different locations in the oven while cooking. If this is a conventional oven, the air does not circulate as a Convention oven would. It is a good habit to rotate or turn what you are cooking in a conventional oven. *Same case with certain microwaves. Microwaves that have a rotating platform usually cooks food more evenly...Same concept but we have to turn it lol. Try rotating half way through the cooking time and keep rack in center slot. Also test your oven temp in different locations inside (ie: front and very back). You may be surprised at the temp difference. Remember that for every 2 seconds you keep the oven door open you loose 2 degrees. Use oven light and keep door closed as well. Hope something in this helps. :)
Posted on Dec 31, 2014
Replace the oven temp sensor. it looks like a probe that is in the oven, at the top
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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