Question about Ovens
Most likely the fastening screws on your knob might have come loose and shifted position. Turn the knob anticlockwise i.e.towards left of "0" position and see whether it will move. If it does, then your knob is loose. If the knob does not use a fastening screw, then the spring clip/the center hole of the knob is enlarged resulting in the knob shifting position. Replace the knob.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
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