Electric Oven to Gas Oven Temperature Conversion
Some gas ovens come with numbered marks instead of the temperature. Each mark on the dial represents a specific Fahrenheit or Celsius temperature for the oven. The marks correspond with certain temperature number settings on electric ovens. Keeping a chart of these temperature conversions may be helpful for reference.
Set the gas dial to the 1/4 mark for a cooking temperature of 230 degrees Fahrenheit or 110 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 1/2 mark for 250 degrees Fahrenheit or 120 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 1 mark for about 275 degrees Fahrenheit or 140 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 2 mark for 300 degrees Fahrenheit or 150 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 3 mark for 325 degrees Fahrenheit or 160 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 4 mark for 350 degrees Fahrenheit or 180 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 5 mark for 375 degrees Fahrenheit or 190 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 6 mark for about 400 degrees Fahrenheit or 200 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 7 mark for 425 degrees Fahrenheit or 220 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 8 mark for 450 degrees Fahrenheit or 230 degrees Celsius.
Set the dial to the 9 mark for 475 degrees Fahrenheit or 240 degrees Celsius.
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