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Oven does not heat although display says it does

I have Frigidaire Oven with electronic controls. The top works great but the oven itself does not heat at all although the display shows that the heating element should be on.
I opened rear panel and measured the connection with multimeter between L1 and:
L2IN ~ 220VAC
L2OUT ~ 0V

Is there a relay which is probably stuck open between these two wires?
Which relay is it?
It seems that the two boards and display are soldered together and have to be removed separatelly?

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  • python01 Dec 07, 2008

    I actually did manage to take the control board apart and changed the relay and everything works now. The L2Out line actually shows 220VAC when the relay is closed.

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Relays K5 and/or K6 are soldered on the board, but  can be desoldered and replaced with PB1185-ND. They are $4.22 each at digikey.com. The leads are a bit fat, so the through-holes have to be enlarged, and the leads have to be bent a bit.

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The L2 out give 110v after the bake relay has closed, carefully remove the wire from L2 out and select bake, you should hear the click and the n you will get the 110v, if not you have a bad erc, the relays are not replaceable

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