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My range doesn’t allow me to set the time, when I enter the current time it flashes and then defaults to 2:22.

Frigidaire... | Answered 16 hours ago


call a local repair service , we do not give advise on gas appliances as they can go BOOM on a diyer

Viking Kitchen... | Answered 22 hours ago


ONE MIGHT THINK SO PF MIGHT BE POWER FAILURE

Kitchen Ranges | Answered 3 days ago


The lock and unlock works well for the 4 - 5 button problem. However the "start" button failure is another problem altogether. I had this problem and found that the ribbon connector attaching the membrane switches to the circuit card (PWB) is where the problem lies. The ribbon cables (two of them) are connected by a pressure contact connector mounted on the PWB. This connection method is less than robust. the fix is to pull the ribbon from the connector, clean it carefully with a paper towel and some alcohol, and reconnect it. To remove the cable the connector has a small flange that pops up about .05 inch whn you pull on the connector. Once it pops up gently pull the ribbon cable out of the connector. To replace it just push the ribbon back into the slot on the top of the connector and snap the flange back down. I strongly suspect this connector will get dirty again every couple years as the oven vent fumes are not properly prevented from partially passing over the PWB right where these connectors are mounted.

LG LRE30451... | Answered on Dec 08, 2019


Ok... This will clear up any confusion...
The Home Ventilating Institute (I did not know there was one of these!) recommends a minimum of 40 cfm for every linear foot of your range. That means a 120-cfm unit should be just enough for an average-size range. ... Figure up to 400 cfm for a wall unit and as high as 600 cfm for an island cooktop.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Dec 08, 2019


If it was me i would call the repair man up and ask what it was they did. He might say what he did . I am wondering if it was a burnt or loose wire that has come apart.

Kenmore Kitchen... | Answered on Dec 07, 2019


http://www.manualsonline.com/ex/thread/view/idThread/3088468

theres the manual

Stoves Newhome... | Answered on Dec 05, 2019


Experienced cooks maintain all ovens are different and it will take a while before you and your oven will get used to each other.

A thoroughly preheated electric oven has little temperature variation especially when the heat is circulated by a fan, in fact some ovens have a heating element at the bottom of what in reality is an insulated closed box. In this case the lower shelf could be the hottest - an electric oven might have two or more heating elements though a basic (budget) oven could have only a single element at the top so it can double as a grill and clearly the top shelf would be somewhat hotter...

A gas oven has the flame at the bottom to the rear of the box and it must be vented and so within the cabinet there are temperature variations in spite of the internal convection currents and these are broadly hottest at the top and coolest at the bottom and in addition there is likely to be variations between the farthest reaches and the door.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Dec 02, 2019

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