The display panel which shows temp, time, ect has become extremely dim. The only way to see what it reads is to turn the lights off in the room. The oven works fine otherwise. Is there a replacement part or fix for this problem?
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I understand the control panel is dim and hard to read, on your Frigidaire oven, model# FEB756CETF. Please try resetting your appliance, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 3-5 minutes. Restore power and set the clock. 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 appliances status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.
Bad oven temp sensor. If you know how to do so you can disconnect the power and remove the temp sensor. The two white wires to the sensor, ohm it. it must read ~1080 ohms. If not really close to that at room temp then replace sensor.
Should be C3 Capacitor on control panel board replace capacitor from Digi-key Corporation get panel out and see what C3 capacitor says what voltage and uf and temp celcius and order from them solder it takes two -10 minutes..
Hi, this will happen over a period of time and its just heat related. the control panel isn't insulated properly and , there has been a larger than normal transfer of heat to the inside of the control panel where the circuits are housed.
If this is a problem, i recommend replacing the control board. it will fix the dim issue.
Found out that I could replace the C3 capacitor with a 100uF
35V (high temperature - 105 C). Spent $1.69 for the capacitor and 1/2
hour taking the unit out, soldering the new capacitor in, and remounting the
upper clock unit back on the oven. Works like a charm. No need to buy the whole Clock/Temp unit, waste of money.
Does the bottom ignito glow when the "bake" option is selected? If not, replace the ignitor. Even if it glows, it may not be achieving the electrical resistance value needed by the safety valve to open thus allowing the gas to flow to the burner.
I found capacitor c3 (68 uf 35 volt) had leaked and dried up, causing the display to fail. I unsoldered and tested c1, c4, c7, and made sure they were good, using a digital multimeter with the ability to test capacitors. C3 also had visible signs of leakage. Works like a charm again, and the display is bright like new!