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I'd suggest searching the web for Amica maintenance instructions for your model. If there are recalibrations available at all, that's where you'll find the instructions. Normally, a service tech would just swap out the electronics and/or sensor, since if it's drifted this far there's no guarantee that it won't do other Bad Things some time soon.


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According to the NEC, any household cooking appliance rated at 12kW or less can be served by a 40A circuit. Yours is over this so bumping up to a 50A would be required. The code on this can be confusing, but trust me, it's there. I am interested in where it says a 40A circuit is acceptable.


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In some places it is illegal to run hidden power cables horizontally across walls unless they are within a specific short distance from floor or ceiling. For example, in the UK I believe all power cables to/from a mid-wall switch must run vertically to or until near the floor/ceiling. So, the answer may depend where you live. Reference: IET cables in ...


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I personally would not insert any insulation anywhere inside an appliance, even if you see a spot where it looks like another model is insulated. You risk starting a fire, blocking airflow or vents, trapping moisture... Also note that the broiler will get well over 2000 °F, even a normal household candle can be 2500°F. So I wouldn't necessarily consider your ...


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What Hotpoint's website says ... Packaging I went to the hotpoint website and clicked "Register a product" then I clicked the info button next to "model number" and a pop-up message said "this can be found on the packaging of your product" Manual, Page 1 I then clicked "model help" and was taken to a page that stated "The product model code is located ...


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Open the doors of the oven - the model information should be on an information plate that's usually covered by one of the doors.


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I'd use a pair of Tongue-and-groove pliers, just be careful not to crank too hard.


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I'd be VERY careful about trying any sort of tool unless you are sure the tank is 100%, absolutely empty. The risk of shearing the valve off the top of the tank is nontrivial, and if there's any pressure that can be seriously dangerous. Personally I'd be inclined to drag the whole grill to someplace that sells tanks and see if you can persuade them to help ...



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