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Re: no power to frigidaire range
How much "power" do you have at the plug/connection? (You need 240v)
You may only have partial power. Ensure to reset the 240v range circuit breakers (at least twice forcefully) and ensure proper securing "seating" of the breaker. This is very common and remember; "I am not trying to sell you a part"; but rather a solution.
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Hello - I would first suggest confirming that the range is plug to the proper voltage (120/240 Volts 40/50 Amp). Was there anything located behind the range before pushing it back? From what you have described it sounds like the control board will need diagnosing. Contact a professional to move forward accurately.
Hello Jason Korn - Try unplugging the range and plug a hair dryer or some other electrical appliance in the outlet to confirm that there is power to the unit. If the outlet is working and from what you have described if both the range and oven is not working then I would suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately. The range may possibly have a faulty wiring to EOC or the EOC itself.
Hello, There is no pilot..It uses ignitors to light. number 19 in this picture is the oven ignitor http://lookup.bellparts.com/diagramenlarge/frigidaire/47877/00000358
If when you turn on the oven it doesnt glow bright orange chances are it failed and needs to be replaced. The top is electronic ignition. If this helps please rate me..Thanks
The PF code stands for "Power Failure". This code will appear whenever the power is disrupted to the range. Pressing the cancel button on the touch panel should clear this code. Now it sounds like there is either an electrical short on the range or a problem with your GFCI electrical outlet/breaker. There is an internal fuse that might have burned out inside the range to prevent further electrical damage or the ERC/touch panel may have shorted out. The problem is if you start tinkering with the range and it is brand new then you might void the factory warranty by trying to repair it yourself. I would leave it unplugged and call the manufacturer or the place that you purchased it from and describe your problem. There might be a recall on that model range or a problem that they are aware of. You also might want to try plugging a couple other appliances into the SAME electrical outlet plug that you used for the range and see if the breaker/GFCI trips. If it does then the problem might be with the electrical plug or circuit. A bad plug or circuit can cause damage to an appliance(like the range) so be careful with any other appliances you use to test the outlet because they could be damaged also if the circuit or plug is bad.
no I would check your electrical connection at the wall. for a bout 5 bucks from the home depot(or any large hardware store with and electrical dept)you can buy a device that plugs into your outlet and checks outlet for proper polarity, proper ground, open ground. and a few more oddities that might occur. you need a perfect polarized electrical supply for the new electronics to function
SOUNDS LIKE YOU MAY HAVE SHORTED SOMETHIN ON THE CLOCK IF YOU HAVE SWITCHED OUTLETS (AND KNOW FOR SURE THAT OUTLET HAS POWER). IT MAY BE POSSIBLE YOU BLEW A BRAKER AND THE OTHER OUTLET IS IN THE AME LINE.