I want to replace the bottom oven panel under the heating element
I have burnt the finish off, I know I'm supposed to remove the heating elements before I do anything but it looks like a special tool is required to remove them. Then after I remove them how do I get the old panel out?
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Re: I want to replace the bottom oven panel under the...
Well the person at frigidaire was talking about caustic chems like easy off elements should be ok get as much of the silicone and foil out as you can then run self clean only prob i see is the oder the oven wilkl self clean for three hours send the misses and kids to a movie get you a six pack of brew sit on the front proach depending on where you live and let er rip then lets see what to do from there how much stuff you got stuck on there
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Phil. If you do not have voltage at the element, then the Electronic Oven Control ( EOC ) has failed. Part number # 5701M403-60
In order to check for the correct voltage at the element you will need to remove power and pull the range out of its installed location and remove the back panel of the range to gain access to the wiring and element. CAUTION ! I cannot stress this enough ! There are dangerous voltages in this area!! After the panel has been removed, return power to the range,set the lower oven to bake, and check the voltage at the element. You should find 220-240 volts between the element terminals with them connected to the element. If you do not have the proper voltage then you will need to replaced the EOC.
I THINK THE HEATING ELEMENT YOU GOT COULD BE WRONG SIZE. I KNOW MINE WENT OUT WHEN COOKING SOMETHING HOTTER THAN I USUALLY USE LIKE 450 DEGREES, IT BURNT OUT. BY CLEANING OUT YOU'RE OVEN, WHICH REQUIRES REAL HOT TEMPERATURES, IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU ON THE RIGHT TRACK. IT BEING OLDER STOVE, A LOWER RATED ELEMENT I WOULD TRY..
4 elements, 2 top , 1 back, 1 bottom. remove covers in oven to see rear and bottom if they heat. possibly selector switch fault. mine looks wired wrong from factory, cant for life of me see how it can heat as display indicates ???????????????????
check the back element to see if it is burnt out ...this is most likley the problem use a flash light to inspect ..to replace the element unplug range..remove racks remove the 2 screws holding the element.. in the back of oven..remove screws on the element to dissconnect the wires ../install new element ..take the back off the range to view all them wires an switches inspect all the wires an switches ..look for burnt wires or broken wires .P/S inspect all wires an connections if bake element looks fine ...good luck ,.let me know if you need more help../joe/
THIS SOUNDS LIKE THE ELEMENTS HAVE BURNT OUT TO FIX FIRST TURN OFF THE POWER THEN LOCATE THE SCREWS HOLDING THE PANEL INSIDE THE OVEN REMOVE ALL SCREWS AND PANEL THEN REMOVE THE ELEMENT FROM ITS PLUG CONNECTION TAKE THE ELEMENT TO A ELECTRIC AND PLUMMERS SUPPLY STORE REFIT ELEMENT AND YOUR OVEN SHOULD WORK FINE .
IT SOUNDS LIKE THE ELEMENT HAS BURNT OUT ,TO FIX THIS FIRST TURN OFF THE POWER TO THE COOKER , THEN LOCATE THE SCREWS ISIDE THE OVENS BACK PANEL REMOVE AND TAKE OFF PANEL YOU SHOULD SEE THE ELEMENT REMOVE IT FROM THE CONECTOR BY PULLING IT OUT BUT FIRST UNCLIP IT , THEN BRING THE ELEMENT TO AN ELECTIRCAL AND PLUMMERS SUPLY STORE FOR NEW REPLACEMENT THEN FIT NEW ELEMENT AND YOUR OVEN SHOULD BE LIKE NEW, GOOD HUNTING.
IT SOUNDS LIKE THE ELEMENT HAS BURNT OUT , REMOVE THE BACK PANEL FROM THE INSIDE OF THE OVEN BUT FIRST MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF WHEN THE PANEL IS REMOVED DISSCONECT THE TWO WIRES FROM THE HEATING ELEMENT TAK IT TO A PLUMMERS SUPLY STORE FOR REPLACEMENT , REPLACE NEW ELEMENT AND YOUR OVEN SHOULD WORK FINE .
CHECK FOR 240VOLTS AT THE TERMINALS OF THE BAKE ELEMENT. GAIN ACCESS BY REMOVING THE BACK PANEL OF THE RANGE. SOMETIMES THE TERMINAL WILL BURN OFF OF THE WIRE GOING TO THE ELEMENT. THE WIRE WILL JUST BE HANGING THERE. BE SURE TO UNPLUG THE OVEN BEFORE REMOVING BACK PANEL. IF THE WIRE IS BURNT, REPLACE THE TERMINAL AND REATTACH TO THE ELEMENTS TERMINAL. IF THE TERMINAL IS DAMAGED, REPLACE BAKE ELEMENT.
IF THERE IS NO VOLTAGE TO THE ELEMENT, REPLACE CONTROL.