Question about Hotpoint RGB745 Gas Kitchen Range
I have a hotpoint gas oven and it takes forever to heat up (approx 45 minutes to get to 400 degrees). It makes a sputtering sound as it heats. I does not maintain the desired temperature either. The self-cleaning never gets hot enough to really clean. Could the gas pipes be blocked? Is there a cheap fix for this or do I need a new one?
This is an indication of low gas pressure to the oven. This condition may improve when other gas equipment is turned off and worsen when demands increase such as during cold periods where heating plants are running. Contact your local gas company to check pressures at the burners and adjust the incoming pressure to the oven accordingly.
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