Opaone: Skol indeed.... LOL We discovered the gas leak one day when we walked into the back hall from the garage and detected a faint smell of natural gas. The smell grew stronger as we approached the kitchen, and we found a much stronger smell when we opened the oven door. We shut off the gas at the range immediately and called our gas company to notify them. They stopped out to verify that the gas was indeed off at the range and that all was safe. They then left us with documentation to that effect, which enabled us to put in a warranty claim with Bluestar. The range remained out of service until the leak was repaired a week or two later. Thankfully we also have a small Wolf countertop oven and a countertop induction burner that we could use in the meantime. It's worth mentioning that our range weighs in at a bit over 600lbs so it was a two person job to pull it out to access the gas shut-off. When they delivered the range, I insisted on attaching felt pads to the bottom of the stove legs so they didn't gouge the kitchen floor if we had to pull it out. Turns out that was a pretty good idea. We have found the evenness of our oven to be very good. The only minor issue we've found is that pizza crusts do cook slightly faster at the back of the oven next to the convection fan if the fan is running. If the fan isn't running, then it hasn't been an issue. Over the holidays, we baked multiple pans of thin sugar cookies as well as a separate batch of multiple pans of spritz cookies using both oven racks simultaneously. Every cookie was baked the same as the others - consistency was perfect. So we feel that it bakes very evenly as long as the oven has been properly preheated. As I mentioned in my review, it's critical to allow plenty of time for the oven cavity to preheat. Just because the oven indicator light turns off during preheating doesn't mean that the oven walls are done absorbing heat. Proper preheating of any oven just takes time and there are no shortcuts that I know of. Our installer tested the temp range extensively and we also tested the dial calibration extensively during their visit. After the initial preheat, the temp swing was 25-40 degrees during cycling, which I was very happy with. And as I had mentioned in my review, the dial calibration was spot-on too. I made sure that we checked calibration starting at 200 and worked our way up in 50 degree increments from there, ending at 450 degrees. We were grateful that the installer was kind enough to spend a bit more time to allow us to do that. Now we don't have to wonder whether the oven temp is accurate. I'm happy that you enjoyed the review.
Installer should calibrate
Orion 14-Light Floating Glass Globe LED Chandelier
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