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Note: The oven function will not work if the time of day clock is not set. ... The ovencan be programmed for any temperature from 170°F to 550°F (77°C to ... Can be used with BAKE TIME to program a delayed bake cycle. Timer Pad- Used to.
cycle. Bake Time- Use to enter the length of the baking time. Timer ON/. OFF- Use.... It does not disable the clock, Kitchen Timer or the interior oven lights. TIMED. DOOR .... The Preheat feature will bring the oven up to temperature and.
It sounds like you are getting only one side of the power to your stove. the lights will work but no heat. your power breaker has two sides for an electric stove. It may be one side isn't reset properly. make sure that you snap the breaker completely off and then completely back on. if that doesn't work perhaps an electrician is in order or one side of your power cord has burned off at the terminal block. I have had this happen.
FAULT ERROR: F1 E3NOTE:Make sure harness to P1 connector is correctly installed per wiring diagram before performing the following steps: STEP 1 Power off and wait 5 seconds. STEP 2 Power on and wait 5 seconds. STEP 3 Press the following keys: CONVECTION - CONV. BROIL CLEAN BAKED GOODS 190 TIMER SET
NON-CONVECTION - CLEAN STOP TIME 0 OVEN LIGHT 1 STEP 4 Press START. STEP 5 Make sure Timer ID is the same as the oven. STEP 6 Press CANCEL to exit.
This means the control board has a short. You would need to replace the board to fix the issue. Simply remove the screws on the side and underside of the panel the control panel will rotate down and out. There are four small screws that mount the control to the panel. I know this oven well. The clock is the issue..
the oven controller in the main service/selection panel has either a bad solder joint on the circuits or the start realy for the oven on the same circuit board is bad and you have to replace the whole panel you cannot just buy the relay
Check to make sure you have 240v at your receptacle. Lights, clock, timer, will still work with 120v, while the elements need 240v. Start by checking your breakers to make sure that one of the two breakers feeding your oven hasn't tripped.
Check the voltage at the wall Sounds like you have lost one 120 voltage side
Red to white should read 110-120
black to white should read 110-120
red to black should red 220-240
check at range and at the wall
hope this helps