Question about Ovens
If you test Bake (Yellow Wire) to L2 (Red Wire if your oven has it) and you read 240 volts while the oven is on and baking you need a new element. If you take the bake wire off and test the tab coming off the board to ground if you read 0v while the bake is on then you need a new control board
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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