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PF stands for power failure you are loosing incoming power power check the terminal block the control will do goofey thing with loss of voltage rule of thumb no more than a 10% voltage loss 108VAC minuim
What do you mean that it wont stay on? Does it turn off and on during cooking? Does it just go off and wont come back on? The oven thermostat regulates the heat in the oven and the oven element and the oven indicator light will turn off and on during cooking. If it stayed on constantly on full oven element power everything would burn.
I have the same problem with my whirlpool gas oven. The top burners work fine, but when we turn the oven on, the ON sign on the display stays on for about a few seconds and then goes away. The oven doesn't light up. Please help
yes , hopefully you have a seperate indicator light for each of the elemnts, makes it easier to see which has gone bad, but if yo know which burner you were usins at time of incident then you can assume that it was that elemnet. replacement of the elemnt is required, for a it has a short in the theremistor, not a hazard, more of an inconvience, so i would have it taken careof but no need to rush its not an emergency, its only an faulty indicator, the elmnt is not actually heating
very possible hat the element is no good, does it look physically burned???? if so replacing the elemnt is the only option,2 screws and 2 wiredis all, simple to replace, unplug/disconnect power first,,, the wires are always live to the elemnt!!!!!!!
thismay be caused by a few issues, either the bake elemnt has gone bad, or a high temp thermo has gone bad not allowing element ot come on.. have to remove the oven from the opening and acces t he rear panel to check either
ill aasumme that yo can see the elemnet in question, and its not a "hidden bake" elemnet located under the oven floor.. should be an easyrepair, with a little bit of patience. don trush shoudl only take 10 min anyway. TURN OFF POWER> LIVE WIRES TO ELEMENT AT ALL TIMES. REGARDLESS OF UNIT ON OR NOT!!! ther ewill be 2 screws along the bottom of the element holding the elemnt in the unit. after emoving carfully slide the old elemnt out a few inches, slowly pull out, for the wires are still attached to the back of elemnt and you want them to stay there you dont want them to disconnect and fall behind unit, (you will then need to remove the unit form the wall to access htem). so pull slowly espescially if you feel resistance in the wiring. after you getit out far enough simply unplug and plug in the new one reinstalll and you shoud be fine