Originally Posted by kitchengoddess8
Is it costly to fix an oven's thermostat? I'm a bit conflicted because I'm planning to move and not sure if I want to invest any money in this oven.
If you are renting, then it is the landlords responsibility.
If it is yours, it is basically a service call and whatever labor they charge. . .and potentially a new thermostat.
Depending on gas, or electric depends on the cost of the fix.
Of course, you could get an oven thermometer for like $10 at a hardware store, put it in the oven, set to 350 and see if the actual thermometer reads 350. If it is off, you then know how much to adjust your temp by the dial for future oven use.