Have you noticed that your oven doesn’t heat up to the set temperature? If this is the case, you will need to calibrate it. In this article, we will show you how to calibrate a GE oven.
How To Calibrate A GE Oven
Below, we show you how to calibrate a GE oven…
Step 1: Open your oven door and place an oven thermometer on the center rack.
Step 2: Close the door.
Step 3: Press the “Bake” button and set the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Step 4: Leave the oven for 30 minutes to preheat.
Step 5: Every 10 minutes note the oven’s temperature.
Step 6: After noting the oven’s temperature thrice, add it up and divide it by three.
Step 7: If the divided temperature is 370 degrees Fahrenheit, the oven will need to be reduced by 20 degrees.
Step 8: Hold down the “Bake” button to enter calibration mode. You will have to hold down the “Bake” and “Broil” button down for some oven models then press the “Bake” button once again.
Step 9: Press the top or lower arrow to increase or decrease the temperature.
Step 10: Now press “Start” to set it.
This method for calibrating a GE oven works on most oven models.
If your oven is off by many degrees, the temperature sensor is faulty. Read this article to learn how to replace the temperature sensor in a GE oven.
The video below will give you a visual of how to calibrate a GE oven or other oven models.
What Does It Mean To Calibrate An Oven?
Calibrating an oven is when you adjust the temperature settings of your oven to make sure that the temperature is accurate. Click here to know why calibrating an oven is important.
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