Question about Frigidaire FEF355 Electric Kitchen Range
There is an open circuit in the oven circuit.
If you have a timer, make sure it is set to Manual Operation.
The thermostat rarely fails unless there is mechanical damage to the gas tube inside the oven. It is common for terminals to open circuit due to the high power consumed by oven element.
It is also possible to have a blown fuse to oven supply if it is fed by two or three phase power.
Check for supply form terminal block to thermostat and from thermostat to element.
A simple test is to remove oven element and insert light globe. When oven turns on globe should light. This confirms element is blown.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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