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Westinghouse WVE665S

Westinghouse WVE665S

MPNs: 35903129 and WVE665SWHC934BA
2.7 from 22 reviews · View Statistics

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sj64

sj64Western Australia

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Disappointed

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I have had this oven approx 2 years now and am so frustrated with it I fell like pulling it out and replacing it. It burns everything . From a roast to pizzas, cakes and biscuits forget it
I’ve tried every setting , every shelf and cooking biscuits at 160 and they still burn.
Extremely disappointed and a total waste of money. Thank goodness for my stovetop and air fryer

Purchased in November 2017 at The Good Guys for A$900.00.

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Product is used Several times a week
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sj64
sj64

Thank you for contacting me and organising a service repair person unfortunately they did not show up or call to advise .I have had no contact whatsoever from them which was very disappointing so I still have an oven that burns everything

Sandra

SandraCalwell 2905, ACT

Poor performance

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It did not cook pastry tarts on fan/bake mode. Switched to bake made and after almost 2 hours the custard cooked and the pastry was raw. Only browns some food on sides of baking dish. Was told it is a fan forced oven but it doesnt perform like a fan forced oven and it takes twice as long to cook anything. You get a crappy "shiny" oven tray which useless.. So disappointed in this oven and its performance overall. Tried to get refund from retailer and have contacted company but no refund available unless its faulty. Have contacted fair trading regarding this. Do not buy this oven as you will be extremely disappointed.

Purchased in March 2019 at The Good Guys for A$12,450.00.

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Product is used Several times a week
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Questions & Answers

Lizzie

Lizzieasked

WVE665S

how do i get an instruction manual for this oven.
I am at odds how to set the clock for a start

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Pam
Pam

Why don't you contact Westinghouse customer service they are very helpful and may be able to organise another instruction manual for you.Pam.

Dgb1048

Dgb1048asked

WVE665S

How do you operate this product do you have to turn timer on every time you want to use the oven? I am finding your user manual very hard to understand

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rudy_25
rudy_25

No, you select which heat you want then turn to the temperature you want and that goes for both ovens. You can set the the clock to "Timer" by pressing "Mode" twice and then the + to how many minutes you want, if you went to far press - and it will beep when the countdown reaches 0.
We have never used the cooking timer as we don't go out when the oven is on but yhere are only two things to set, the time you want it to start and how long, oh also then set the heat type and duration. (I think only the main oven works like that).

Glenn
Glenn

No need to use the timer, though I use it every time. You must switch both dials (temp and type of heat - bake, fan bake etc) for the oven to work.

WARNING CAUTION!!!

Not shouting, just letting you know what's not in the manual. If you leave the grill door closed it WILL melt the plastic frame - I know from experience. Others have reported fires!

Bronnie

Bronnieasked

WVE665S

I purchased this oven a few weeks ago. It is taking for ever for anything to cook in it. Is there any handy hints on how to use it?

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