How do you use an Indesit FV10KIXGB Oven with no temp markings?! Help!

Hi there, I've recently moved and inherited an Indesit oven. However there's no markings on it to say which switch is the oven/grill/fan etc. There are three rotatable switches, the LHS is to turn the oven on, the middle is temp control and the RHS is the timer. Other than that I have no idea and have alredy ruined several dinners! Any help would be great. Thanks.
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Rae wrote:

Just start marking the temp for yourself. Put a thermometer in the oven and adjust the control until you get a steady 300 degrees or whatever and go from there. It really should not take long. You will be more accurate than many people that assume the dial setting is correct.
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I woulda said put an oven thermometer in. Turn to some random setting, and then see what the temp is. Write a line, and that temp number (in sharpie).
Advance knob a bit, and do it all again.
Start on the cool end, easier ot make an oven hotter than to make it cooler.
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Rae wrote:

Hi,
Maybe the previous owner washed off the writting from the ?knobs? or ?control panal?
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