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Oven bake does not work properly

I have an amana aer5515qaw range. the broil works, the bake will not heat up and hold a temp. It is not the element that has been tested it is not the probe that has been changed. I think it is my circuit board but I cannot find a part number for it. If you agree can you supply the part number for the circuit board? Is there anything else I can check? Is there a reset? Is the inline fuses anywhere? This is an electric range. Thanks in advance

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  • tntpv Dec 07, 2008

    Where is the selector switch located? I called it the probe but I am pretty sure it is actually called the thermostat and I have already cleared that as not the problem. Do you know the part number for the circuit board ? Thanks

  • heatherbarn Apr 23, 2009

    Very similar problem. Our power was out for a couple days and when it came back on, the oven bake feature isn't working properly. Broil works fine but bake only heats up to about 200 degrees and won't get any warmer.

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Check the selector swich and thermostat.

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