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Frididaire oven Electric oven is burning food. Seems to be cooking food on the bottom first, and buring when leaving in the required time.

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    My oven burns food when I bake. I turn the temperature down and move the rack up but the problem persists. How do I check the thermocouple?

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Could be a problem in the thermocouple and the oven overheating. Get a good oven thermostat and check to see what the internal temp really is. You rack isn't too low is it? MM85

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