The calibration only works about 20 degrees, and if it's been calibrated before your already close to that (even killing the power doesn't change it) you need to replace the thermostat
(the sensor that tells the board the temp)
Do you feel up to it (it's only a couple screws and a quick wiring connector
Are you telling me it cannot be recalibrated again, even if I can only bring it up 20 degrees? There is no way I could move this huge range to fix anything other than following directions similar to what I was given before. And what about the instructions the tech gave me two years ago? Are those correct? If not, what are your instructions for recalibration? Would you please clarify in more detail the instructions, because the one I was given was rather vague. I need a step by step instruction process, including when to turn on the oven.
Well you had to move it before when it was calibrated so the chances of getting more than 5 or 10 more degrees is pretty low
If you wanna try it your close
You hold the clock button and turn the dial up or down it will show a 2 digit number and you can move it up or down 20 degrees
I would still say as the expert you asked, you need to stop calibrating and change the sensor
Or live with it and just set your recipes higher or lower accordingly
The internal calibration is for making a new sensor match factory specs
Not to avoid changing a sensor
If you have had to calibrate it once before and now do again that sensor isn't gonna last long before going out all the way and you would hate to be starting the thanksgiving turkey and trying to get a sensor overnighted for it then
I would deal with the issue now
These aren't that hard to move if you lift up the front and pull
I pull 60"s by myself
Thank you for your advice. I thought it was too soon for something like this to occur again. Since my range is barely 3 years old, I think it may be under warranty.