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Oven temp off

My Tappan range is about 11 years old I think it is a model 285640A, and the oven temp is always low. The temp is about 75 degrees off. The oven temp is lower than what the control says it is. I have adjusted the screws on the back of the oven temp knob until there is no adjustment left.

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You either have a plug up in your flame from dirt etc.
or your valve needs to be replaced.
Try turning off the gas and getting to the burner and clean it first.

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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