Your not giveing much information;The most likly cause a blown fuse but you have to ask why did the fuse blow in the first place,maybe your lucky some times a small inturuption in the power supply can knock the mains trip this a small reset switch on or beside your power supply if it shows red push it if this is sucessful your oven should be back on if not ,sorry but you most likly you have a burnt out componant within your oven.adrian
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The control thinks thinks the heating circuit is open was the oven in use when power went out possible one of the leads may have come off or burned off one of the elements I have seen outages damage a lot of controls with oven off try cancel/off, cancel/off then start to go into diagnostic press the 3 or ^ key till you get to errors follow the prompt to reset this my help
ISOLATE the Oven from the mains keep powered down for at least a minuite, the power it up again, see after 40 secs the display goes back to normal . If not then you will have to investigate the cause, always ISOLATE THE MAINS BEFORE OPENING, the displays can go faulty.
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Self clean is hard on controls. I do not recommend self clean. Kills expensive parts. If the temp goes above 300 in the control panel, a control panel fuse will melt, killing the power to the control. It looks like this:
Check to make sure that the circuit breaker/gfi is not flipped for the oven. Push the switch all the way to off and then on again. If the power goes off again, this indicates a short, which is very dangerous.
If you already checked this and the power does not come on, make sure the breaker is set to off and pull the oven and check the cord and plug for any sign of fraying, loose wires, blacked areas, etc.
Since this is 240v, I would not recommend going beyond these basic instructions. If you feel confident to remove the panel to run some electrical tests, please post comments and we will help you do that.
You said, After coming on and preheating Saturday, the upper oven went off and
the lower wouldn't work either. Control paned was blank, but interior
lights were on and pushing control paned buttons resulted in beeps.
Turned off breaker for 5 minutes to reset and upon retry, the fan came
on for maybe 5 seconds and then went off. Nothing else changed. Any
You say the ovens went on and then later cut off. Does the clean mode work? Try the clean mode and see if it goes on. Assuming it will clean!
Since the Range will
clean you have confirmation that the proper power is reaching the
range. It also verifies that the elements are in working condition. You
will need to check the high temperature limit switch and the door latch
mechanism. If either of these is defective, the bake and broil function
will not operate properly Let me know how it goes. Waiting your response. Huuum