The top 4 burners are working on my stove. BUT the display screen and the oven are not working at all. The oven light don't even come on. Its a Tappan Electric stove. Not even sure I have the right product number.
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Re: My oven is not workin
I take it this is an electric stove. The display and controller only are used for the oven operation. Check to make sure you have power coming in on all three contacts. If it's electric, it uses 1/2 of the 220 for the burners and the other for the controller. I assume you have already tried un-pluging it and plugging it back in. There should be a tech sheet in the back of the oven. If there is somebody that can read some simple voltage or has a meter make sure power is getting to the controll board. If it is, your controller is probably bad. Hope this helps.
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Sounds like the sparker is in trouble. Get the oven details and ask your appliance dealer or go online to an appliance spares site. Before you spend any money, have a second opinion from an experienced person. You may have to remove the oven top to expose the igniters. Find a handbook, this level of checks is usually in the owners manual.
Check your circuit breakers, they should be double breakers. Probably 30 to 50 AMP. Sometimes one side of a double breaker will trip or fail. This will give the appliance 120 volts instead of 220. The "leg" of the 220 volt circuit that is out might control the stove's display, and the oven would not work on 120 volts. If the burners aren't as hot as they should be, or are slow in heating up it would also indicate a faulty breaker If it's not the breakers it's likely a problem in the stove circuitry.
I have a Kenmore glass stove, not sure what the model number is I don't have it with me right now. Yesterday, the timer started to beep and F1 started to flash in the display. The stove top is working, but the oven does not. The only way I can get the timer to stop beeping is to unplug the stove.
Any suggestions as to what is going on with this stove. It's only 4 years old.