Question about Ovens
New elec box installed in July. Used oven today for the 1st time since! Bakng went fine. When replacing pans back in the oven for storage I discovered oven had no power. I checked the breakers (dble) and they were not tripped. reset anyway, still no power. Odd that this happens the first time I use it after having the box replaced. Could it be a defective breaker? I have contacted the electrician by email, it is Sunday night and I expect he will call me tomorrow night. If not the breakers any other possibilities? I believe it was installed in 2002 or 2003. I purchased this home in 2009. Unit obviously not abused, etc., etc. I don't use it much but would like it to work certainly Thanks for any insight/help you can suggest. j
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunately the F8 usually means an EEPROM data shift error. Try turning the power on and off several times. If error continues, you have no choice but to replace the ERC. Check on line for the best price. There is a group in the Chicago area that repairs ERCs. Check them out at www.cgiltd.com The failure of the your power system may have been associated with a surge either as the power went off or when it came back on. It may have been the surge that did the damage.
Posted on May 19, 2007
SOURCE: Microwave not working
Hi your microwave is a total separate unit. first check to see it it is plugged into your oven. If it is then to check the fuse. You will have to remove the cover first unplug the microwave remove the screws from the back and side ...pull the cover to the back remove cover. there is a small board on the right side toward the back with a dark gray cartridge fuse. that is you main fuse. you can check it with an ohm meter to make sure it is blown... let me know what you find out?
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
SOURCE: Frigidaire ES200/300 316257123
look for a shorted bake element .. you should be able to see where it poped. ( some times ) if you have ohm meter you can ck for an open element . **** //
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
The same thing happened to me about a week ago. I was preheating our electric oven, heard a very loud bang/pop. Checked and the oven had PF (power failure) I went downstairs and the breaker was tripped. Came back upstairs and to look at stove, the burners are working fine so I continued to preheat oven after a half an hour the oven was only slightly warm. Did you ever find out what was wrong?
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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Unfortunately this is a frequent result of a power failure. You should know that during power failure we often have also a voltage variation. This variation is burning out thousands of clocks - control board in many ovens, fridges e.t.a. usually is a partial damage on the clock-control board however there is not any solution but to replace it with a new one.
However in your case first in not an ordinary control of about $150-$200 but it is cost $407. In addition you have mention that the oven work normal so you should decide if you would live with it since the damage in only for the clock time or go on to replace it.
Here below we have a link with the parts layout of your oven in which you can also see the parts codes and the price of the control board and if you wand you can even order it.
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