My wife went to use the self cleaning option, and after some time had passed she noticed there was no power at all. I went to the look at the fuse box for the house and the circuit wasn't tripped but I reset anyway just in case. Still nothing. I can't open the door at all to the top as it auto locked. I read about replacing a fuse on the oven, where do I get direction on how to do this as I called up Whirlpool and they connected me to a local servicing company that wants to charge me $75 just to come out to look at the issue.
I had the same problem the first time I used the cleaning cycle. The oven was under warranty when it occurred so I watched the repairman when he fixed it. He not only installed a larger fan, but he had to replace a thermocouple that is on the back of the oven, part number 4450934. The oven seems to die (lose power) after every cleaning cycle. I'm now ordering my third thermocouple. To replace the part, you have to pull the oven out from the wall to access the back. To do that, open the oven door. (If your door is locked because of the cleaning cycle, you may have to
take a hacksaw blade to slip it in to see if you can trip the latch.
The repair man was lucky when he did mine as the door clicked open when
he was just messing with it so I don't know any trick to get it
unlocked. He said that because the thermocouple died, it didn't provide the signal to unlatch the door, so the oven thinks it's still at 500 degrees and keeps the door locked which is part of the safety process). If you do get the door open, on the sides of the oven itself, at the bottom inside hinge of the door, you will see a screw holding the molding (frames the side of the opening of the stove). Remove each screw (left side and right side at the bottom) and pull the molding off. You now have access to the screws that hold the oven to the cabinet that it is sitting in. Remove those screws (mine has one on each side) and you can then slide the oven out. It's heavy so you will need help or have some thing you can slide it on to. It needs to come out far enough so you can access the back. You will see the thermocouple on the back, held on with two screws. Remove the wires and take the part off and throw it away (or keep it so you know what to order again next time as you will be replacing it again after you do another cleaning cycle) GREAT WHIRLPOOL PRODUCT. Reverse the process and you will be baking in no time.
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I have a whirlpool double oven too and replaced the control board last year the problem started with a F06 code and would reset when I power cycled for a while until it completely quit. Changing the control board fixed that problem. I just used my self cleaning cycle recently and the oven went completely blank on the control panel. Power cycle didn't do any thing. I checked 2 of the thermal cutoff fuses that are shown on most of the parts listing but the problem was with one that is not shown. The link below will get you to the part I replaced it's the power feed to the control board. Turns out that the worst thing you can do to your oven is use the self clean feature. Oven Thermal Fuse
I understand you used the self-clean option on your Frigidaire oven, model# FPET2785KF, and now the top oven will not heat. I suggest resetting your appliance, by shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 3-5 minutes. Once power is restored, the first thing you will need to do is set the clock. You will do this by pressing the "set clock" button, entering in the time, then pressing the "start" button. Set the upper oven for any cycle at any temperature. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your wall-oven status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.
Self clean is hard on controls. I do not recommend self clean. Kills expensive parts. If the temp goes above 300 in the control panel, a control panel fuse will melt, killing the power to the control. It looks like this:
First off this oven sucks. Now to fix the problem replace the Fuse assembly with #4451042 an $11.00 part. SHUT OFF THE POWER AT THE BRAKER PANEL FIRST. Then open the lower oven door and remove the two small screws that hold the side trim pieces, slide them up a bit to remove. At the top of the track remove two more small screws that hold the display panel in-place and lift the cover up and away from the oven. The fuse is inside of a clear plastic tube with a female spade connector at each end of it. replace the failed part and put things back the way that they came off. Next time don't by a Whirlpool.