Frigidaire Gas Range with Convection--fan does not turn on
Hi there! I have a Fridaire gas range with a convection fan. It was
working just fine this morning, and then when I went to use the oven
this afternoon, the fan will not start up. The "Speed Bake" light
comes on, but the fan does not blow. I'd be very grateful for any
advice, and thanks in advance for your help!
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Re: Frigidaire Gas Range with Convection--fan does not...
The convection fan is wired through the door switch make sure your door switch is o.k. before replacing the board or the fan. Please have a local service tech check unit if you have to get into any electical checks. good luck
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I understand you want to know how to repair the control panel on your Frigidaire range. I see that the convection oven is not working, however other functions are working. Typically, this is not a do it yourself job, as there are no step by step instruction manuals. I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They have been trained on your appliance and should be able to diagnose your appliance and determine why the convection oven is not working. Hope this is helpful.
I understand your Frigidaire oven (240462603) will not unlock. However, it appears above-listed model number is invalid. The serial tag, which lists your model number, is typically located in the storage drawer, on the right side.
In the meantime, I suggest pressing the CLEAR/OFF or CANCEL button in for approximately three seconds if your range is a touchpad model.
If you have a knob type range control, I suggest starting a self-clean cycle. Then turn the stop time knob to the off position. If that does not work, then disconnect power to your range and reset it by either unplugging it or flipping the breaker off. It is necessary to wait roughly ten minutes and then turn your range on.
I ask that you please follow up with a response on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your range status has changed successfully.
Hello D Scott - Sounds like the range is either experiencing a wiring/communication error or a faulty EOC. Try resetting the unit by unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately ten minutes. If it proves to be ineffective, contact a professional to move forward accurately.
there posible pilot burner is clogged, you may want take off the gas pilot tube and make a quick turn on to see gas is come out from pilot tube or disconnect from gas valve pilot connector...have fun....
Most ovens have BAKE, BROIL and yours might have CONVECTION. Turn each on independently. If all don't work its one problem if only one doesn't its another
Also is it the gas doesn't ignite or it ignites then no temp change (or electric gets to xx degrees but doesn't get hotter?
Check your main breaker in the fuse panel, it may be partially tripped. Turn the 40 amp breaker off and back on. if the display does not return to the stove, the I would suggest you contact a local servicer.
It sounds like the element/s have blown, especially if the fan is still working o/k.
You cannot always tell by looking at them if they are faulty or not.
Only way to be sure is to test them with a meter.
Hope this helps.
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Could be the fan trying to start, ,if there is a removable cover in the back of the oven, remove it and see if the fan is free to spin, could be a tight bearing , or it could be stuck with a build up of grease.