Question about Kitchen Ranges
THE BAKING UNIT BLEW. AFTER REPAIRING A BURNT WIRE ON THE BACK OF THE OVEN EVERYTHING SEEMED OKAY AGAIN. HOWEVER, THE THERMOSTAT DOES NOT CONTROL THE TEMPERATURE. BISCUITS BURN IN FIVE MINUTES. TRIED THE PROCESS OF MINUS 25 DEGREES. NO DIFFERENCE. DOES THIS MEAN THE MOTHER BOARD MUST BE REPLACED?
Check your oven sensor. If it is open or shorted to frame it is bad. It should read 1100 ohms at room temp.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the exact problem. We had the ignitor replaced 2 already and it works for 18 months and stops. Occasionally, it the oven won't even start to heat. I am ready to throw it out.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
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