Question about Kitchen Ranges
See the diagram attached, and make the test and fix it. God bless you
Posted on Jul 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oven bake element
If you're talking about the wires attached to the BAKE element, normally RED is on the RIGHT and YELLOW is on the LEFT, but it really doesn't matter. Theoretically, this is a resistive heating coil and it will work with the wires connected in either direction. Normally, its fairly easy to determine how these wires reconnect, because the lengths are normally only sufficient enough to connect them one way.
The RED wire connects from the BAKE element to the terminal block, to one side of the BROIL element. The YELLOW wire is connected to one end of the BAKE element and runs to the electronic oven control (EOC) board.
I hope this clarifies this for you.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
the bake element can melt for various reasons, however, i think that you problem lies somewhere else.
here is the service manual. have a look through it and let me know if i can be of more help.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
Control unit is probably the problem, You should check your Breaker to make sure it didnt trip outside of that you can check voltage to the element with the oven set to bake, if you dont have votage to element then it would most likely be the board. I just checked the wiring diagram for this unit and there is an over limit switch which is a long shot but worth checking. My bet is on the board. There are 2 listings for the part number so if you check on parts make sure you have full model # serial # AND series #(should be a 2 digit number like 10 or something)
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Take the 2 screws out of the back wall of the oven (inside) holding the element on. Then pull the element out and it will expose the wires and terminals (2). Unplug the 2 wires and plug them on the new element and mount the element back in the oven and your fixed. (make sure to turn the power off to the oven before you start unpluging wires.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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