Question about Maytag MGR5750 Gas Kitchen Range
At random intervals, the original clock on this MGR5751BDW Maytag gas range would be off by as many as 5 or 6 hours. Clock was replaced about a month ago. Repairman checked stove; electrician checked house wiring. Both OK. Replacement clock worked for a while, then trouble started again. At first I would reset SC to the correct time; no longer do that. I've kept sporadic records of time on stove clock (SC) and cable box (CB). Lastest data for aberration: 10/17/08 PM, SC 10:11, CB 6:00; SC 11:00, CB 6:49; on 10/18/08 AM, SC 10:01, CB 1:34. What's causing this and what's the fix? Thanks :-)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I will try to assist you but will be making some assumptions based on your problem description. First off, when you say it takes a few tries torest the fuses.. are you referring to circuit breakers? or changing out fuses a few time until it begins to work ok? In either case, the fact that it is drawing more current than the service ( fused or circuit breaker protected implies that you have one of two problems, 1. undersized service ( meaning the fuse of circuit breaker which protect the circuit is under-sized) or 2. a short internal to the stove or receptacle that supplies power to that stove.
I would approach a solution in this manner. Remove or disable power to the stove then open the wall receptacle and ( with power verified and off) tighten all wire junctions.. I have seen cases where a loose wire termination becomes resistive and then in order to meet power demand at the burner, more current is drawn which in turn causes the breaker or fuse to trip..) I would also check the terminations at the point of entry for the power cord at the stove. Make sure all the wire terminations are tight. Once you've done that, try turning on one burner at a time and see if the service remains on or trips the protector ( fuse/breaker) I wouldn't use the oven until I verified that each burner works OK.. then try the oven by itself.. and add a burner .. then two.. ( the point being is to try to determine if you have one of the heating elements shorting. 12:00 flashing is the default time setting after power is lost and restarted. I am almost 'questioning your electricians findings" since circuits do not trip unless there is a fault ( too much current being drawn or the service is under-sized for that oven) or... the circuit protection in and of itself is failing due to marginal components. The fact that it is getting worse suggests that whatever was shorting is shorting more frequently.. perhaps a heating element is shorting after it gets hot.. they are typically resistive elements and it is possible for a short to develop between the core material and the protective jacket.. I hope that helps you... or at least provides a few ideas on where to look...
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: I was setting the clock
If your code is SaB i just did this myself....i accidentally turned on the sabbath mode. I fixed if (after 2 days of trying) by holding down the cancel button for about 5 seconds, and then the clock button for about the same.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
Loof for the tech. sheet in the unit , either in the control panel [top] or the bottom under the drawer. It should tell you how to enter different modes on your range.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
If your range is the same model as you posted this question under, the time is set by pressing the "CLOCK" button. The word "TIME" will begin to flash on the display. Using the keypad, press the corresponding numbers of the current time.
NOTE: If the oven has been programmed, or is in use, you cannot change the time. Cancel all other functions before attempting to set the clock.
If the model number is not correct, please post back with your correct information so that I may be able to provide you with better assistance.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
Please go thru this list of the fault codes for this appliance it will tell lyou what to do for the fault or what part needs to be replaced
MAYTAG FAULT CODES
Maytag Range / Stove / Oven Fault Codes Failure Code Fault Code Description Solution F0 Function key stuck Replace touch pad or if touch pad is part of the clock, replace the clock (ERC). F1 Defective touch pad or clock (ERC) Replace touch pad or clock (ERC). Touch pad is a more common problem. Refer to F1 test at the top of this page for more information. F2 Oven temperature too hot Replace relay board, if present, or oven temperature sensor (RTD). Check sensor harness. F3
F4 Shorted or open oven temperature sensor (RTD) Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok. F5 Watchdog and hardware conflict Replace clock (ERC). F7 Function key shorted or stuck Replace touch pad or if touch pad is part of the clock, replace the clock (ERC). F8 Analog / Digital problem Replace clock (ERC). F9 Door latch Check door latch components. Find Parts
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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