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I have a bellers oven 300 model (i think?) and am looking to find out what the numbers on the oven indicate? Like what temperature corresponds with which number on the turning dial?

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Use a 'oven thermometer' in the oven and determine the 'actual temperature' in the oven. Your knob setting is off (not calibrated) and the oven is hotter than the control knob setting.

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On most US ovens the high temp is 550f and the lowest is around 100f for warm. I would imagine 1 is warm and 5 is 550f so 2 would be 250 3 would be 325 4 would be 425. Or you could say ribs and slow cooking 2, cake 3, cornbread 4, and 5 would be broil. The only way to know is set each number and place an oven thermostat in there to see what the temp is fer each number. Personally my grand mother cooked on a wood stove and never had a knob, she just shoved the biscuits in the oven and added another stick of wood.

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I have two sources that give correspondances between thermostat numbers and temperatures.

This is the first one:

THERMOSTATS
bullette1.gifThermostat 1 30°C - 85°F bullette2.gifThermostat 2 60°C - 140°F bullette1.gifThermostat 3 90°C - 195°F bullette2.gifThermostat 4 120°C - 250°F Gas mark 1/2 bullette1.gifThermostat 5 150°C - 300°F Gas mark 2 bullette2.gifThermostat 6 180°C - 350°F Gas mark 4 bullette1.gifThermostat 7 210°C - 410°F Gas mark 6 bullette2.gifThermostat 8 240°C - 460°F Gas mark 8 bullette1.gifThermostat 9 270°C - 520°F Gas mark 10

The other one is a formula: t = 20 X (T + 3)

where t is the température in °C
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As you may discover, each of the methods give slightly different results. Hope this will help.

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