My oven works perfectly, however the burner indicator lights cannot be seen anymore unless you look at them sideways, in line with the counter. They have gradually slid to the right. Is there a way to slide them back over so that they are in sight again? Thanks!
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I need the make/model number to help you accurately. However, from what you're describing, it sounds like the oven control board is blown out. The oven is totally separate from the top burners on a lot of units. You will have a separate burner control knob and then a panel for all the oven controls. The fact that the top burners work indicates 240v is getting into the range. Did you have a power outage recently? Usually about 3-4 weeks after the event things happen or *don't* happen with electronic appliances. This is because surge-damaged chips start to fail after a period of time if the unit wasn't blown out immediately by the power restoration. When the power company restores power, there is usually a large surge of current and it overwhelms the computer boards in microwaves, ovens, dishwashers, washers, dryers, refrigerators, etc. Also, I've seen bug infestations where the board is blown out due to the critters crawling across the live boards--if the clock is on, there is power on that board. I hope I helped you!
i would first try the breaker it sounds like you only have half the power coming to unit and the light and clock will work but the heating componets will not as they require the full 220-245 volts
it sounds very odd that everything as far as burners and elements are out but you have a clock display and light... you have lost one of the legs of power somehow...either the double breaker is not fully on and may require turning off oven breaker and resetting or half the breaker has failed... a sure way of testing would be to pull out and with a volt meter test to see that you have 220-245 volts coming to oven,,, hope this helps out repost if anymore questions...
The stove has 4 burner switches with a # 2 terminal on each switch. This contact is similiar on all four switches. One of the switches # 2 contact is stuck. The burner switch should disconnect both legs of the 240 volt circuit, one leg through the # 2 terminal and one leg through the thermostat built into the burner switch. Disconnect the pilot lamp wire on each switch unti the light goes off and then replace that burner switch. This should correct the problem
All of these ranges have a spark module at each burner sight and they all click when ever you attempt to light one burner. Therefore, it can not be assummed that the spark module for those nonworking burners are actually clicking. Remove the burner covers and actually look for the sparks. If there is no spark make sure the connections are nice and tight. IF they are, you most likely need to replace the spark module.