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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oven does not start
This is an update from James758. When I pressed the temp sensor probe and wiggled it a bit, sometimes the oven would work, but then it failed permanently after a few days. Had to call a repairman who charged $325 to replace the entire electronic panel and the separate sensor, although the failed part was only a relay on the board according to him. He also found a pinched wire when he pulled the oven out (one new electronic board relay failed when he first replaced it). Don't know how the wire to the sensor got pinched since the oven worked for 8 years without us moving that hidden wire. By the way, buying the sensor at a parts store in town was $18 versus his cost to us of $49. I'm sure the electronic board would also be much cheaper online. My wife watched the repairman replace the parts; you can save a lot of money doing it yourself.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
SOURCE: Delay or time bake
You can find the manual at www.managemyhome.com, and the instruction is on page 11.
You make sure the time is set correctly.
You press Bake, and set the temperature you want to bake.
You press Cook Time and enter the amount of time you want the oven to cook.
You press Delayed Start, and enter the clock time that you want the oven to start.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
We need the model number to find the right manual. You could try looking it up yourself here: http://www.managemyhome.com/mmh/
On the right-hand side of the page, under "Owners Manuals", type in the info. If you don't find it there, then please tell us the model number and we can look some more.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
There is no real way to calibrate the thermostat. Most ovens have the same problem. By lowering the setting slightly will help get a closer temperature. Sometimes similar thermostats are substituted and may not be exactly the same as the original that came with your oven. Hope my trying to answer your question was helpful, Thanks, Sea breeze
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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