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Its normal to revert to LO. then it should gain in temp as it heatsup past 170 degrees. Im assuming tht your not heating up at all, and if so you either have a bac bake element (visually can inspect to see if damaged). or you need a new over temp thermostat,located on back wall of hte oven itself, would need to pulled from cabinet to ck for continuity.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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After a power outage, my wife's grandmother said she could
no longer set her over to 300, 400, 450, whatever..
I went over to troubleshoot.
I couldn't figure out why everything seemed functional and
why I couldn't set the over to higher than 288 (and thought, that's a rather
odd number)... until I realized that
that 288 degrees C = 550 degrees F which is the max the oven can do.
The power outage reset the computed back to celcius instead
Save them a ton of money... cause this could have been an
easy cash grab to some cook out there.
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