How do you perform a Kenmore oven troubleshooting?

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When your Kenmore Oven stops working properly, you will probably want to try some troubleshooting steps in order to avoid a costly repair service. First step is to make sure all the power connections are secure and plugged in properly. You can next try to calibrate the Oven's temperature to make sure it is working properly. Make sure that the oven is level on the ground so that it will cook properly. And then make sure you are using the proper items to cook with instead the oven.
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How to Troubleshoot Kenmore Ovens
Kenmore ovens are sold online, in many Sears department stores, and in other department or appliance stores. The ovens come equipped with a wide range of possible features. Such features include slide-in, drop-in or freestanding models; a variety of... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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