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When oven is set on bake it will not reach temperature-

Frigidaire Gallery Series electric wall oven model # GLEB30S8ABA. The oven will not get hot enough on bake. Broiler works properly but bake stting will not reach temperature. Broil coil does come on when bake is on but does not stay on or get red. Can only get oven to 200 when on bake.

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  • tmarevans Dec 09, 2008

    We have checked the thermostat and it is okay. We are beginning to think it might be the control board. Has anyone had a control board problem?

  • tmarevans Dec 10, 2008

    We have had the thermostat checked- It is not the problem.

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On most electric ovens there is an external thermostat that cuts the supply to the element if for some reason the oven overheats
I have known situations where the thermostat cuts out prematurely thereby cutting off the supply to the heating element. Lack of ventilation can also cause problems, check that all vents and grills are clear.
Also most ovens are fitted with a fan motor that draws air in to help keep it cool, these have been known to fail.
Check to see if it is working o/k.
Initally I would have suspected thermostat being faulty, but from what you say then it would appeart that this is not the case.
I would also be inclined to check the temp with a good thermometer against the temp set on your thermostat.they can drift out of range.
Hope that this helps with your prob.
Plz leave feedback.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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    Barry Coates Dec 10, 2008

    Have you checked that the supply voltage is correct? and if there are any internal fuses, are all these o/k?

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

As you described, there are two heating elements in the oven, bake and broil. Components that would require checking with a continuity tester:

  • thermal circuit breaker, must read 0 ohms;
  • both the broil and bake heating elements, must read very low;
  • in some versions (Canadian) there is relay between the thermal circuit breaker and the heating coils;
  • the relays, relay terminals/pins mounted on the electronic control PCB;
  • if everything checks out, then the electronic control board would require a close checking.
This wiring diagram would be of help.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy Holidays.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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    Louie Role Dec 12, 2008

    Hi again,



    Any updates or developments so far?



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Here the upper element is for broil. It may come on briefly during bake, but usually at half power. It doesn't glow red.Does the bottom element glow red? If not, inspect lower element, which is the bake element, for pits and rough spots. These may be signs of failure. unplug it!! Remove bake element and check for continuity. If it shows open, replace. You can probably take to parts store and they can test it for you. 

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  • AbdulRahiman S Dec 10, 2008

    else Check burner. and Remove foil.

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  1. Make sure the controls are set properly: that the oven selector switch is set correctly and that the temperature switch is set to the desired temperature. Where applicable, make sure the oven timer is set to manual.
  2. If nothing else on the Range, Oven or Cooktop is working then:
  3. Check the circuit breaker or fuse.
  4. Test for power.
  5. Test the oven elements.
  6. Test the oven thermostat.
  7. Test the oven selector switch

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Sounds like a problem with the thermostat switch. Have the thermostat switch checked by a qualified artisan.

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  1. Check on your door is the rubber still ok that keeps the heat inside the oven?
  2. Your thermostat can also be faulty
Hope this is helpfull to you


Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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    Jonathan van Rensburg Dec 29, 2008

    Did you check if the Seal at the door is ok?

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It sounds like the thermastat sensor needs to be replaced; this triggers the oven to shutoff once it reaches the set temperature.

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When you turn oven on the broil will come on with the bake to pre heat but it dont stay on and if the bake isnt coming on and only warms up then you have a bad bake element / larry

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The problem is that the the heating coil is not heated up to the desired level.try to change the coil after checking that or check what had made this to damage.thank you

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

  • JITHIN ANTONY Dec 14, 2008

    does the problem solved

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Hi,
There is a problem in thermo sensor of your oven.
Need to be replaced.
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Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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    futureloginn Dec 10, 2008

    There is a problem in thermo sensor of your oven.Need to be replaced.


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It is due to faulty thermostat .

You need to replace it .

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The thermastat needs replaced! this should fix it!

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