Is it the bake/broil that your having problems with?
At the end of PreHeat the display read 350 the thermometer read 320
At 20 minutes the display read 350 the thermometer read 325
At 40 minutes the display read 350 the thermometer read 335
At 5 minutes the display read 550 the thermometer read 275
At10 minutes the display read 550 the thermometer read 475
At 15 minutes the display read 550 the thermometer read over 550
The stove is about 4 years old but has always been like this. If I need 350 I just set it to 385,
This could be a sensor problem i would replace the oven sensor first. If you need help just ask. i would start there first. Your broil is fine.
Could you please just send me the procedure for calibrating the oven temperature.
Im sorry but those ones they give off bad readings you will not get an accurate reading. In order to get a accurate reading you need one of them thermal guns. Then after getting one the test it okay.
Your not getting a (true reading with that thermometer) that you are using. If you recalibrate this using the one that you have now this will be totally be off on the temps.
Thats why i mentioned about that thermal gun.
Please send me the steps needed to calibrate the temperature? If you don't have them please tell me.
Ok here you go. I would recommend another thermastat though.
Place an oven thermometer inside the oven.
2. Check the temperature variance by running the oven
for one hour in each mode at 350°F (except broil
modes). In broil the normal operating temperature is
555°F. Take note of the temperature variance in each
3. With the oven off, press and hold the 0 and # keys
on the number keypad at the same time. After about
three seconds "PAS" will appear on the display.
4. Immediately enter 6428 on the number keypad, then
START. "SLCt" (select) will appear on the display.
5. Press the key for the cooking mode you want to
change the offset for (CONV BAKE, CONV BROIL,
PURE CONV, CONV ROAST, BAKE or BROIL).
6. Enter an offset temperature value from 1 to 35°F (1
to 18 for ovens set to Celsius). Press the # key after
entering the numeric value if you want the offset to
be a negative (-) value. Press # again to toggle the
(-) setting off. "Edit" appears on the display when you
start to enter the offset value.
7. Press START to save the setting.
8. Repeat steps 5 and 6 above for any other cooking
modes you need to offset.
9. Press CANCEL · SECURE to exit offset mode.