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The oven will not keep correct temp. What do I need to replace?

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Replace the oven thermostat or take the temp knob off. look on the backside of the knob. you can adjust 50 degrees each way you need to know the exact oven temp to adjust this right

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I would make sure that the conversion kit was the correct kit for your stove. Also, if it is not heating properly I would call the gas company and tell them the conversion did not work and they need to double check their work (at no charge). If everything is in order proceed to the next step below.


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