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Oven I replaced the lower element and sensor still oven does not get past 270 degrees when i set it for 45 degrees

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  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2007

    my thermoter was on farenhiet I will check the voltage tonight i am at my wits end other than replacing the main board thanks for the tip i appreciate any help

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Andrew, first check to see if you have the control set for centigrade instead of Farenheit. You can find the instructions by clicking on the oven icon just above your post. The owners manual will come up. If that is ok, check to see that the element is getting 240 V. I assume you meant 450 degrees instead of 45. Catriver.

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