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Re: i have the same issue
Hello Sandiann. First thing to do is unplug or throw the 220v breaker of the supplied AC power. For the Frigidaire or " ELECTORLUX" Pull on the control knobs to remove. Remove the nuts holding the cover in place and carefully remove. Remove the five screws holding the metal support of the controls and lift very carefully. The thermal breaker is located to the top right on the support framing. About the size of a quater with a shaft in the center. The center of the shaft has a black dot. This is the reset button. Your metal support may have a large square opening where you can see the breaker if so reset the breaker with a ball point pen by pressing the black button.
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Good Afternoon Friend, thank you for allowing me to assist you!
I understand you are experiencing an issue with the oven of your Frigidaire range. May I have your model number please? You can normally locate the serial tag (which provides your model number) in the storage drawer, on the right side. Also, think about what may have happened prior to this occurrence. For instance, did you notice any strange functions or any other error codes prior to this issue? Do the burners/elements work? With this information I can assist you better in pinpointing the problem.
Meanwhile, let's try resetting your range by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker to the off position. It is important to wait approximately ten minutes and then turn your range on. If resetting the power does not correct the issue, could you please advise me if the issue continues or provides an error code. Thank you! -Z
not much, kenmores only use 2 layers of glass and they are known for poor self cleaning. I would stop self cleaning this unit and only clean by hand. I have had fire issues with then due to poor insulation
This is a link to a website that has OTS watches on it. Click on the OTS watch you have and there is a manual selection. The instructions are a bit hazy but basically you have to press the mode button 3 times, the reset button to get to what you want to change, and then the start button as many times as needed to change it to what you want. I finally corrected my watch time and date using it. Thankfully!
First check your 20amp and 30amp fuses if any, at the top of your stove, many times this can save a lot of grief. If both your oven and broil are not turning on you could have an issue with the time setting on your clock. if you have an older manual type clock you will need to adjust the start and end time; basically if your clock is set on automatic and not manual mode you stove thinks it`s being kept on a certain time to start, therefore not allowing you to turn it on. If your clock is electronic try unplugging it and plugging it back in, a lot of times during a lightning storm the clock will get reset and wont run right until you unplug it and set the time again. if these are okay you will most likely have an issue with your oven control. hope this helps
The auger motor is fed through a high temp. limit thermostat. It has a
manual reset on the back of it that you have to press on firmly to
reset it. Open the side panel on the stove and find the wiring. You
will see the thermostat on the back side of the combustion chamber.
Look very closely and reset it. good luck!
to jenna 12 Does your stove have a stop and start timer? When you set your clock you may have inadvertantly moved the stop or start time on that timer. Check them, if they have knobs for setting the stop and start time, make sure the pointer is pointing to the current time and that the knob is popped out and not stuck in. when you have it right both the stop and the start knob should be out, not pushed in. They will pop out when you turn them to the current time.
These timers allow you to start something cookin at a time delayed several hours. this means they will not allow the oven to come on until it hits that time that you may have set in error.
If your stove has a digital stop and start timer check each one so that both show the current time, then your oven should light.