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I can understand what the range is in a thermostat with the following values: Range: +53 deg F / +17 deg F Differential: 13 deg F But what is the differential

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The differential is to take in mind when you need a certain temperature for a job..the actual temperatures that the oven will have ..may be with a 13 F degrees higher or lower from the actual setting ...is specified cause it is not a surgical instrument to be point accurate .. and this is the difference that can be achieved in some cases..-/+13 F

Posted on May 28, 2010

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    Catalin Turcu May 28, 2010

    if you are not familiar with this system ..the actual difference that will be possible to get between the set temperature and achieved one it about 5 to 7 degrees Celsius so its not something to worry about in cooking ..

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