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I think I can

Member Since 24 Apr 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 20 2013 01:32 AM

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Measuring Sharp R9H66C convection temp

16 December 2013 - 12:57 PM

Yes, I know it's old, but after diagnosing and replacing the bad capacitor with the help of this site, the Microwave functions perfectly and still heats food faster than many new microwaves I've used.


But how do I troubleshoot the convection oven feature not cooking properly? It says it's getting up to temp when you press the convection button during a pre-heat, but after 20 minutes at what it reports on the panel as 425, my frozen fish is still cold.


It's hot in the oven, but not that same kind of hot you feel when you open a conventional oven at 425. Different I know, but just and observation.


The convection fan makes a hell of a racket, so I'm sure the fan blade is loose, but it still turns. I'd like to measure the internal temp, but how do I do that on this convection oven? Since it's also a Microwave, the door obviously won't allow enough space for a probe wire to hang out. An in-oven dial thermometer is said by the Samurai himself to be too inaccurate. The door on this Convection/Microwave combo oven has to be closed all the way or nothing is going to operate by design.

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