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Re: Oven doesn't get to tempurature

Thanks again guys, and thanks for the idea of a dutch oven, Hellosailor. I thought that was just something to torment the spouse with in bed. I'll be sure to check/remove the defective solenoid to see if that improves gas flow, and I'll try the idea Mark SF had. To answer Mark of Sea Life's question, there is no front glass on my oven, and I'll check the rubber seal too, excellent idea.
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Thanks again guys, and thanks for the idea of a dutch oven, Hellosailor. I thought that was just something to torment the spouse with in bed. I'll be sure to check/remove the defective solenoid to see if that improves gas flow, and I'll try the idea Mark SF had. To answer Mark of Sea Life's question, there is no front glass on my oven, and I'll check the rubber seal too, excellent idea.
Rubber seal on a 400 degeee oven??.. ours is a fire retardant cloth gasket


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Rubber seal on a 400 degeee oven??.. ours is a fire retardant cloth gasket

It's only 250 degrees in Celcius.







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When somebody plays the Celsius card i am always on guard.

My oven is 30+ years old..never been used..and dont foresee ever wanting to use it.

Ive cleaned them on land and was always time consuming horrible experiences.

Yeah..loaded nachos and twice baked taters are really good...but.

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I just checked both of our ovens - one a Seaward, and the other a Smeg - and they both have rubber gaskets on the oven doors. Most likely a type of silicon or other high-temp rubber (using the term "rubber" as a general elastomeric sense here).

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I just checked both of our ovens - one a Seaward, and the other a Smeg - and they both have rubber gaskets on the oven doors. Most likely a type of silicon or other high-temp rubber (using the term "rubber" as a general elastomeric sense here).

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2 ovens on one boat......that’s impressive
Two ovens - one on each of two boats.

Would like to only have one oven and one boat.

Preferably together.

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You only have two boats, Oh you poor man. Need to set up a Go Fund Me campaign.

Sorry I could not resist.

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Two ovens - one on each of two boats.

Would like to only have one oven and one boat.

Preferably together.

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