Question about Frigidaire FEF366 Electric Kitchen Range
I was using the oven (Frigidaire FEF366) at 350 degrees. I happened to be standing in front of the oven when something popped. There was a small, blue spark that looked like it came from inside of right above the display (the part that has the clock and all that). Now the display is not working and neither is the oven which apparently is controlled by the computer in there. The stove top and the lights on the unit are working fine. I am wondering if it is likely to just be a fuse or a more serious problem.
Same exact thing happened to me.. the Control Module is defective - may be a power surge problem. was quoted $300 for the part plus labor.. is there a cheap way to fix it myself I wonder?
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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