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Oven not heating

The power went out last night and now my hotpoint sy36k oven wont heat up. i dont know if the oven caused the mains to go out or not.
all the lights,fans and controls work but the oven wont get to temperature, it gets warm but not cooking temp

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  • ray7316 Dec 07, 2008

    nop, difference, tried turning all off and on again, no difference(its 240v)doesnt even get wrm,must have been residual heat previously which showed it was working and then went off. so element? or maybe thermostat

  • ray7316 Dec 13, 2008

    swapped the element and works fine now

    thanks for helping

  • fixitmaster Dec 27, 2008

    I had the same problem my electric went off and when I reset the trip fuse my oven did not get hot

  • gnvetter Mar 15, 2009

    My Hotpoint is also getting warm, but not hot.  The light comes on - but it never fully heats.  However, we did not lose power - this just happened.


    THANKS!!

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    Electricity getting to oven but heating light went out, and since then oven won't heat up

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You could have lost one of your 120v leads to the machine. that could cause it to work only half way. go turn the breaker off and then turn it back on and see if that corrects the problem.

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  • Robert Artiaco Dec 08, 2008

    open the back panel and test for the element. put your meter leads one
    on one terminal one on the other if you read 240 you have a bad element
    if you read 0 you may have a bad control. take the yellow wire off and
    tet for 120 coming out if the board if no voltage coming out then
    replace the control.

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