Question about Whirlpool RBS275PD Electric Single Oven
The clock / display stopped working on my GJP84802 whirlpool accubake range. It sometimes resets itself but now it isn't working, and none of the buttons on the panel work eather. The elements on top all work fine. Any ideas would be appreciated!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: whirlpool gold accubake GJP84802
If you can gain access to the clock you could find the wires that goes to the bake element - if you can measure and confirm the resistance of the element chances you may have also fried the relay of the board - check it out
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
SOURCE: I have a whirlpool gold
It sounds like your heater element is burnt out. Get a volt meter. Unplug the stove. take off the back, disconnect one of the wires connected to the element and test it. It should read approximately 11 ohms if good. If a high or no reading, the element needs replacing.
If the element is bad it is easy to change. Just slide out the stove from the wall. Take off the rear cover and just unplug or unscrew the leads from that element and replace. First make sure you unplug the stove it's self from the wall. it does have 220 volt and will hurt you. However if the new element too doesn’t work then you need to check the selector knob (COOK/BROIL) and the thermostat for the oven. To check the thermostat, turn the selector to BROIL and turn the thermostat up until the top element begins to heat. Let it heat up a little then turn the thermostat down until it clicks off. If this works then your thermostat is working.
The problem then must be your selector control. Remove and replace (turn power off at circuit breaker box first!).
Of course, if the thermostat won't turn on the upper element either then it must be the thermostat.
But above all there can be a possibility also that a loose/broken/burned wire is causing the problem. You should check for this when you open up the control panel (after turning off the circuit breaker!).
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Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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