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Re: oven spare part
You would probably have to order it through an appliance shop in order to get the right one. you could try ordering it online but your best way is to go to an appliance shop and have them order it for you
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check continuity of the oven lock thermal switch located on the inside rear wall of the oven above the oven cavity near the fan,if under 177 degrees it should be closed and show continuity if good check pins an wires on pins 2 & 3 on the control board that connect this thermal switch
This Error indicates
a loose/broken wire on the oven temp sensor or the oven temp. sensor itself is
bad and should be replaced. To solve this issue test the oven temp. sensor, it
should read between 1080-1120 ohms, if the rating is more then that and the door
appears to be closing fine then it is the control board that is bad and should
be replaced. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.
This sounds like the thermal overload operated and turned the oven off. The overload is generally located in the top of the oven cavity. Remove the top cover and you should find it. Sometimes it open circuits the active supply and sometimes the neutral. Sounds like it may need replacing.
When you say board I assume you mean the electronic clock/timer. This timer directly affects the oven operation. Even if the internal oven fuse is blown or the thermal overload is tripped the electronic timer and oven light will always work. If the oven light works and the electronic timer/clock does not I'd say that the timer/clock is faulty.
It's mounted on the rear of the oven. First, turn off the circuit breaker, then the oven must be removed and the back panel taken off to access the TOD (thermal overload device). Its mounted right flat against the oven rear panel, with one large red wire attached on each end. If the TOD is open, that means the rear of the oven got too hot or the TOD failed (its a safety device). You can connect the two wires together and insulate with electrical tape, restore power and test the heaters to make sure the TOD is actually the problem. They haven't ever solved this problem...the most current answer is to replace the TOD with a new one, but bend the mounting tabs so that when the new part is installed, there is a space between the TOD and the oven sheet metal about the thickness of a dime. Then reassemble and reinstall the oven.
I had the same problem. At the back of the stove is a plastic cover with thermal overload written on it.
Switch off your power.Remove the cover, pull out the two luggs and connect the two luggs straight to each other. Make sure the oven knobbs are in the off position. turn on the power. If your oven clock etc. comes on the thermal overload is faulty and needs to be replaced. It is fixed to the stove by a screw from the inside of the oven, so open the door and remove screw to remove thermal overload at the back of oven. Take sample to electrical shop and replace. DO NOT USE OVEN WITHOUT THERMAL OVERLOAD.
it sounds like the thermal cut out is broken can be replaced quiet easy need to disconnect oven from mains remove outer cover and has four wires two blue two white all with spade connectors can be bought from e spares on the web