Whether baking desserts for a large gathering or roasting a meal for the family, you can trust your Caloric wall oven to cook your dishes as crispy or as tender as you want them. But there may be those rare times when you set the right baking temperature and don't get desired results. To get your Caloric wall oven performing at its baking peak again, consider addressing these issues.
The control thermostat is a temperature-controlled switch that regulates the heat inside the oven. If it is not turning on the burners when more heat is needed or turning them off when the heat reaches a set temperature, then it needs replacing. This is a basic wall oven repair when the heat is not regulated properly.
Most gas ovens function on a system that involves a glow bar igniter and a safety gas valve. The safety gas valve only opens when the igniter is hot enough to light the burners. Choose a new igniter from the selection of wall oven parts if it doesn't glow hot enough to release the safety gas valves.
The oven temperature sensor measures the temperature in the oven cavity. If is it not measuring the temperature correctly, then the temperature inside the oven might be higher or lower than set, affecting how items are baking. Replace to regain peak performance of your Caloric wall oven.
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