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The display on my cooker started to dim until it finally went dark over a few weeks. Although a different make, I replaced the panel and everything is now fine. I was amazed how bright the new display was so it must have been dimming over a long period.
read the mixture instructions
try preheating the oven for the required temperature or when the thermostat turns the light off
insert the cake to be cooked and leave it there for the desired time
Too hot will burn the outside with out cooking all the way through
check the ingredients carefully as if the mixture is too wet ( butter, milk, water all make it wetter than required )
Place the cake in the center of the oven ( not on the bottom shelf or the top shelf)
All these may sound mundane but they all point to getting a good cake result
I see that you are having trouble with your Frigidaire range, model# FEF368GCH, and the bake element not working while the broil element is. I suggest giving your appliance a hard reset, by shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 2-3 minutes. When power is restored, you will have to reset the clock by entering in the time and pressing start. Start a bake cycle, and if you notice that the bake element is still not working, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician. Hope this is helpful.
I noticed the same thing with my Samsung oven. The repair tech was just here and figured out (with Samsung phone support's help) that it is normal behavior when the divider is inserted. You will notice, if you look carefully, that the E1234 is showing in some pictures in the manual when it talks about using the oven with the divider in. Bottom line is you can ignore it.
assuming that the worst case senario has taken place
first thing i would check is ensure i have proper voltage at the outlet, 120 from each side to ground
220 across L1-L2
the elements are the only thing on the range that uses 220v
if you know how to use a mutimeter
you can test both the elements
disconnect the range at teh breaker
take out the screws at the back wall that hold the elements in
pull out about an inch becareful they dont leave much slack on the wires
disconnect on element terminal and apply your leads your looking for continuity, your meter should beep
if not replace the element
if yes, let the element hang ensureing niether terminal touches anything, reconnect the other terminal
now turn the stove on bake if your doing the lower
turn you meter to ac voltage
you should read 220v
anything less than that, your problem is before that