Can't find the model number of my Electrolux electric oven
My oven has freaked up and is turning itself up to it's max of 350C instead of doing what I attempt to do (bake a cake at 180C). I suspect there's a problem with the settings, but I can't find the model number anywhere. Does anyone know where they might hide it (hopefully not on the back), or is the problem familiar? Cheers, Norway
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Model number should be down on the bottom where you pull out the storage drawer either the left or right side. If it's not there it'll probably be right behind the controls on the back panel of the oven. There also should be a tech sheet in a plastic bag on the back of the oven when you pull it out. That might tell you how to convert it back to ferehite. Good luck.
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It would not be element bc it only works when supplied voltage. And obviously it works when supplied voltage. Whatever is sending voltage to the top element that shouldn't be is the issue. Such as control board
I see that your post is listed under Electrolux Wall-Oven. May I have your model number please? You can normally find the serial tag (which lists your model number) on the front of the oven, on the left side, as you open the door. With this material I can provide you the correct instructions on how to place the racks in your Electrolux wall-oven. Thank you! - Z
Yes. You can do it. Part should be $40 or less. Turn off the power to the oven. Remove the oven racks.Unscrew the element screws from the back wall of the oven. Carefully pull the element out. The wires may be short. Remove the wires from the element. Do not let the wires pull back into the oven cavity. Take the element to the appliance parts store and have them match it to the existing element. Attach the wires to the new element,insert the terminals into the opening,replace the mounting screws. Turn on the oven and bake away. P.S. Your model number is not correct.
there is an overheat stat in the oven which turns it off if overheating. the causes are several.
1 - oven thermostat is faulty and oven is reachingf too high a temp.
2 - there is a second fan in the casing to keep the casing cool.
3 - this second fan is turned on by a fan start stat which may be faulty and is not starting the cooling fan
4 - the overheat stat itself is faulty.
it is a bit difficult to narrow it down from afar. get back to me if you want