Hey Lespaul20. Thanks for the nod to my joke trademark.
Does the name Lespaul20 mean you love guitars as well as pizza? If so, hi brother! I have a beautiful piece of Myrtlewood in my garage waiting to be the top of a '69 replica whenever I get around to it.
I love that you mounted your switch. In my ideal world, I would have done that too. (ok, so actually, in my ideal world, I'd have an awesome WFO on the back deck) But, in the interest of full disclosure, I want to explain why I didn't.
1. If I ever sell the house, I want to return the oven to the condition I found it in.
2. I mounted the switch a little low on the back of the oven because I didn't want anyone who didn't know what they were doing to mess with it. Standing in front of the oven, you hardly notice the switch. I used double sided foam tape to attach switch to oven, and covered the whole thing with electrical taped for stability. (pic below) Going on one year now, I've had no problems. I'm always pretty gentle with the switch though. I do wish that I could have mounted mine as yours is.
I also get the F2 error. I make a point of flipping the switch when I take the stone out after things have cooled. A lot of people cook in my kitchen, and I always worry that I'll forget one day and someone will have a problem. This leads to my big:
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So a month or so after putting the switch in, I wanted to make some pizza on Tuesday. So Monday, I make the dough and stick it in the refrigerator. Then I set the delay bake for 4pm the next day, and I flip the switch. My mom was watching the kids on Tuesday, so I planned to tell her to pull the dough out at 3pm. The idea is for the oven to be hot and the dough to be ready at 5 when I get home from work. I timed the oven because I didn't want to give my mom more to deal with then the dough (watching my two boys is PLENTY to deal with).
You may have already guessed the fatal error here. My oven doesn't know am from pm. You just hit an up arrow until you get to the time you want. I didn't realize that even though I had bypassed 4 and gone on to the next 4, my oven would just turn on as soon as it hit any 4 o'clock, in this case, 4 am. Thank God in heaven that my baby son, Quinn, woke up at 5 that morning. When I got up to get him, I noticed that smell a pizza stone gets when it is truly hot. Had Quinn not started crying, we probably would have woken to smoke or fire engine wails.
I freely admit that I'm an idiot. Wild horses couldn't have dragged me to the keyboard for this story save the chance that someone else learn from my mistake. Needless to say, I NEVER turn the TURBO SWITCH on anymore unless I or someone who fully understands the nature of the oven is around.
PS The other pic is of the back of my oven probe. It is the small rectangle of sheet metal above and to the right of the white, round thing at the center of the pic. I need to take more pictures and draw a couple of simple diagrams. Someday, if dimarem or Lespaul20 don't, I'll post them all as a sort of instructional. Only, I'll title it something like, "NOT A how to modify your oven" just so i don't have lawyers banging on my door when you all burn down your houses.