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questions measuring oven temp sensor

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I have pulled the oven temperature sensor out of the oven and am trying to measure it with my friend's analog multimeter.

When I put the leads on the sensor, the needle starts jumping all over the place. It doesn't stay still to get a reading.

Does this indicate that the sensor needs to be replaced?

thanks,

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Assuming you are using your friend's meter correctly, the answer to your question is yes.

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most are about 1100 ohms at room temp. the pins are real small, make shure your meter leads are making good contact

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