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Electric stove does not heat right
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Number 33 is your oven sensor. If it does not read 1100 ohms at room temp OR if it is open OR shorted to frame then it is defective and the control does not know what the oven temp is and won't work right. 38HA-6TVw is your model number by the way. I sold appliance parts before I retired.
Your element is either going to be good or bad no in between so it will do no good to replace it. If that sensor turns out to be good then your control is faulty. You can have it rebuilt if it is NLA.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2011
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