Nothing heats up on my maytag glasstop but the digital display
I can't cook on or in my maytag range but the digital display works, i can set the oven though it doesn't heat up. I made sure the lock is not on or delayed cook. i changed my fuses in the house just in case and still nothing
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Re: nothing heats up on my maytag glasstop but the...
An electric range needs 220 volts for top burners and oven to work,if getting only 110 volt the display or clock will work.the most common problem i've found with your curcumstances is a burn't wire where the cord attaches to the range or if hard wired still the same place.pull out your range and inspect all wiring where range connects to house and where house connects to range.if ok take a volt meter and meaurse voltage there at cord area .if not 220 volt reading problem will be with the house.if yes 220 volts will need to trace out the range .then the problem at a place the cook top burners and the oven have in common,wire path wise.
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SAB (which is probably the display message) means that the range is in Sabbath mode. The unit believes that you want the range to maintain whatever the previous settings were for the next 24-36 hours. (This is useful for those who do no work on the Sabbath but wish to keep a dish hot in a low oven for the period.)
Providing the model number would be more helpful than the serial number. The manual for the range will explain how to toggle on and off the Sabbath mode. Since you don't give your range's manufacturer and model number, I can't be sure how to disable the mode. However, on some models, press and hold the Timed oven "Cook Time" and "Delay start" buttons. For some Maytag ovens, just press and hold the Clock key.
The top oven not maintaining heat why plenty of reasons depending on age could be a weak ignitor, bad temp sensor, is the oven light on if so oven stops heating after 30 seconds any oven maintaining set point temp will brown and if left long enough burn
hello, You can set the timer on a range slow cooker to automatically
switch to a warming setting when you estimate foods will finish
cooking. The programmable features allow you to leave food stewing at
home while you are out of the house, freeing up your day. Set the timer
on a range slow cooker to let the kitchen appliance do all the
work, and come home to a fully cooked meal.
Fill the insert of the range slow cooker with food and cover it
with the lid. At least a quarter of the insert should be filled with
liquid to keep the environment moist during long cooking times.
Press the "On/Off" button on the left side of the electronic control
panel in the front of the appliance. This will turn on the slow cooker
to the low heat "Warm" setting.
Press the "Cook Time" button on the right side of the electronic
control panel to add hours to the timer which will show a total time in
hours with a red digital display. Continue to press the button until
the display indicates the desired cook time in one-hour increments up
to 10 hours. The cooker will automatically adjust the temperature
setting based on the amount of time you programmed on the timer.
Cooking times of six hours or less automatically start on "High" heat
and times of seven hours or more will start on "Low" heat. A small
indicator light will come on below the word to tell you the cooking
This sound like you have a faulty thermostat module. The digital temperature display is giving you a false reading. Your best bet is to purchse an in oven thermometer that will give you a more exact reading until the thermostat is replaced. Good luck and happy cooking.