Question about Amana ARGS7650SS Gas Kitchen Range
Everything works well for about an hour. If the oven is in use for an extended period of time (1-2 hours) it turns off and the clock begins blinking. No fault codes are shown. Once the oven has cooled down and the clock reset button is pushed, it operates fine again, unless the baking period is an hour or more. How can I identify if it is a faulty temperature sensor? Replacement is easy. How can I identify if it is a faulty Electronic Control Panel? And where would I find installation assistance? I can't figure out how to remove the Panel? Thanks!
Try this site - repairclinic dot com. there are some helps about where the screws are to remove the control panel.
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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