Question about Ovens
Model # PLEB30S9DCA
This wall oven is not heating, all of the controls are working but the oven will not heat. There are 3 thermostats on the back of the oven, one of which is resetable. The two outer thermostats do not have continuity through them. Typically they should, correct? Since they do not that leads me to believe that they are bad. If not then that points me to the control board. If you could get back to me on this issue that would be greatly appreciated. Thank You
You should definitely have continity through the themostat. I would replace these first. When you get to the parts dealer bring your meter and check yo see if you have continiuty through the new one first before you pay for it. I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Good Morning Eileen, thank you for your inquiry!
I understand that your Electrolux double wall oven is having over heating issues. It is possible that this could be a faulty thermostat, control panel, or element. Since it could be anyone of these underlying having a technician out would help avoid any unnecessary part purchases. If you need help locating a technician you can visit your manufacturer's website for additional assistance with locating a technician. I hope this information is helpful to you. -Matt
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Thank you for your post, friend!
Based off what you have described your Electrolux double wall oven is not heating up inside the top portion. It could be a miscommunication within your oven and you can usually perform a reset to clear that out. In order to reset your oven you would need to flip the household circuit breaker off for roughly ten minutes. If you restore power and continue you having an issue with your oven I would suggest you could have a possible fault with the control panel, thermostat, element, or connectors. Typically, this is not a simple DIY job. You may need to look for assistance with replacing any electrical components and I would highly suggest having a professional technician help with that. Hope this is helpful. -Matt
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