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I moved the dook lock latch to the locked position while the oven was on Bake. According to the manual, by moving the door lock latch to the locked position, the oven will "lock" itself. I ran the Clean cycle twice trying to see if this would "unlock" the Bake, Time Bake, and Broil setting with no luck. Is there a methold to "unlocking" the other settings?

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Amigaman
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SOURCE: broil element will not work

You need to check the oven sensor. It should be about 11k ohms. This is the metal rod in the back top of oven cavity. Access it from the rear. UNPLUG POWER FIRST!!

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SOURCE: error F5 on a kenmore electric range Model 911-469-8812

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SOURCE: Oven will not bake or broil

bann...why did you replace the element? It is possible that the relay or the control circuit were the problems and still are. The hi limit switch is a temperature 'box' which is designed to open the circuit in case of overheating. Rarely a problem. First, these units are 3 wire units. That means 220 volts ... two breakers. They may be part of a linked unit or separate. Turn them BOTH off and then on. Do all of your burners heat properly on high? If you have a voltage tester, you can test to see if the voltage is there. Unplug the unit. The vertical slot is neutral. Each of the other slots with the neutral should light the tester. If not, your problem is outside the stove.

Posted on Dec 12, 2007

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SOURCE: Oven will not heat past 220 degrees

Check your bake element, I had the exact same problem and found the bake element had burned in half. The broil element comes on during preheat and kicks off at around 220 degrees.

Posted on Dec 01, 2008

duby1990
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SOURCE: I have a frigidaire gallery stove. The bake not working

Your oven ignitor has gone out. This is located under the pan in the bottom of the oven. This is held in with 2 screws in the back portion of the pan. This will expose the ignitor and then 2 screws take it out. Replace this and this will fix it. very common problem

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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