There was a small pop and a puff of smoke. The oven is all digital and nothing works even the oven light.
The stove works fine.
It is a frigidaire ES340 control, self-cleaning oven with ceramic cooktop. Electric.
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When my range digital display lights failed everything as you describe happened except the "pop". The display just faded and died. I replaced the display unit (a simple swap out involving pulling the wires one at a time and reconnecting to the new display as I pulled them so as not to connect wrongly). Once done I haven't had a problem since and the display was noticeably brighter. It appears that the display unit only affects the ovens operation for heat control and everything else is on a different circuit which is why your oven light and rings are still operational.
When the broil function is off, check for continuity between the broiler relay output terminals. If there is no continuity, check for an external short. If there is continuity when the broiler is supposed to be off, you need to replace or repair the board.You can get your old board repaired at appliancetimers.com.
Hi, Well first thing to check is if it is getting 240V to the wall outlet. If it tripped off when the oven shorted, you might only be getting 120V if any. Turn the breaker off and back on a copule of times and see if it helps.
If it is getting voltage, check the block assembly the cord bolts to and see if there are any burnt wires there.
There are no inline fuses on this model. Makes sure all you wirs are ok.
I hope this helps you. please let me know if I can assist you further,
my dacor ER36G oven will not ignite. The top range works perfectly. When I turn on the oven, I don't even hear the gas or the ignition sequence as I used to. The heat preset light just blinks and the oven will not engage. I have reset the circuit breakers just in case, but nothing works.
sopunds like a little to much gas is being released upon first inital start up, then igniting extra gas causing the "puff", i might check the oven bar under the oven floor, perhaps the little holes in the burner bar have become clogged . ofthe electrode is a little to far from the bar try twisting just a little bit closer(careful thougfh you dont wanna break it)