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Inacurate temperatures Both the top and bottom ovens show inacurate temps when heating. Could be as mucha as 30 degrees different from what a temp guage is reading. What is the fix for this?

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Often the temp gauge is the culprit. To check temps, allow to preheat for 15 minutes. Monitor the highest temp reached after burner shuts off and record. Then monitor lowest temp before burner cycles back on again. Average out readings. Example, if high is 355 and low is 345, average temp is 350. Do this for 3 cycles and average out.

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