How To Calibrate A Kenmore Oven [Quick Guide]

If you notice your food is a bit undercooked or overcooked, it’s time to calibrate it. In this article, we will show you how to calibrate a Kenmore oven.

How To Calibrate A Kenmore Oven

Below, we show you how to calibrate a Kenmore oven…

Step 1: First, you will need to determine how many degrees the oven is off by. To do this, first get an oven thermometer.

Step 2: Place the thermometer in the oven on the center rack.

Step 3: Turn the oven on and set it to bake at 350 degrees F.

Step 4: Press the “Start” button.

Step 5: After 20 minutes, open the oven door and take the thermometer out.

Step 6: Look at the reading. If the temperature is off by more than 5 degrees, you should adjust it accordingly.

Step 7: Cancel the bake function.

Step 8: Hold down the “Bake” button for 5 seconds. On some oven models, you will need to hold down the “Bake” and “Broil” buttons till you see SF on the display. Once you see SF on the display, press the “Bake” button.

Step 9: If you want to lower your oven temperature, press the down arrow. To increase the temperature, press the up arrow.

Step 10: Press the “Bake” button again to save the changes.

Watch the video below for a visual of how to calibrate your Kenmore oven temperature.

Note that if your oven temperature is off by over 30 degrees, it cannot be calibrated. If your oven temperature is off by over 30 degrees, the temperature sensor is faulty and should be replaced. Read this article: Kenmore Oven Temperature Problems [How To Fix] to learn how to replace the temperature sensor in a Kenmore gas oven and Kenmore electric oven.

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Can You Calibrate A Kenmore Oven?

Yes, you can. Read the section above this one to calibrate your Kenmore oven.

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