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I make cakes and I’m having difficulty in finding right temp in my new cookmaster ovens. Also the fan oven takes twice as long to cook things as my old one. Any advice would be appreciated.

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I believe all ovens cook differently i bought a professional davor unit and found things were cooking quicker then they should have. I kind of got use to it. I started using thermometers to keep a check on things. Found out they were cooking 10 minutes sooner. I set my timer 10 minute before and 99 % of the time their done. I had call a dacor technician come in and said there was nothing wrong with the unit.

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Call a repair service locally , perhaps it is a minor adjustment they can make

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SOURCE: Gas oven not heating to temp

The fault is either the capillary has fallen away from back or it is a faulty thermostat.
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Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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SOURCE: uneven cooking in fan oven

There are many reasons for uneven cooking in any oven
These are just a few possibilities.
Not pre- heating oven
Putting too much in the oven, thereby restricting air circulation.
Not putting on correct shelf level.
Use of foil in the oven which can reflect heat.
Badly fitting door.
Perished door seal.
Thermostat not controlling temp properly. Check with oven thermometer.
There plenty of other resons besides these, but these are some of the more important ones.
So do check these points..
If you are still experiencing problems, then you will probably have to call an oven expert in too look at it.
Plz rate my solution
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Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Neff U1524 Double oven

Your oven should be connecting individually to its own fuse in the fuse board.

Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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SOURCE: i have a cookmaster 100 dual fuel the clock has

If the clock is not working, then that is the reason the main oven and fan are not working, as they go through the clock timer..
You need to get the clock working for the oven to work.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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SOURCE: my oven takes ages to cook things am i missing

i have a 90 dfdo oven and it is not getting hot can you help

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