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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oven is baking uneven
this is a common complaint on lower end ranges if you read the cooking instructions on the food it will say cooking times are approx you may have to adjust for your area that and your owners manual are your best bet on this promb adjusting the position of your racks help but forced like convection are the best way to go
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
SOURCE: heating element will not heat
With all that you said, I would suspect an open or faulty element. It is pretty much the most obvious solution.
If you have any electronically ability and you are going to open the oven, use an ohm or resistance meter, check the amount of ohms and use the upper element as a reference for the correct reading.
The element will either read open or good. You can use a light tester also and if the light lights between the two connectors of the elements, then it is ok and look elsewhere.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
SOURCE: Upper oven elements don't heat
Hello- 'Successfully' sounds like you were forewarned.... During the 'self-clean' cycle a circuit or connection to the upper elements burned out while attempting to turn stuff inside the oven to ash. Since this is a wall oven my recommendation is for service from a good tech in your area. You may have lucked out with a fried connector, but many times control board is damaged beyond repair and must be replaced. Only on-site diagnostics will confirm, and this is a very heavy unit for most owners to safely service. - Remember- Don't use 'self clean'!! Scrape and clean with soapy water and cloth. Turn on oven to 450deg. for 30 min. Much safer. Less costly. Please acknowledge this post if the info is helpful- Have more if needed. Thanks- Ed
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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