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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oven not working properly
Do you mean 200 degrees Celcius or Farenheit? If Farenheit then the most likely culprit would be the thermocouple in the oven which can usually be replaced relatively easily by someone mechanically minded, if Celsius then you should suspect the elements although a working broiler would suggest that there is at least one element that works fine. Maytag says; "Why won't the oven heat up? First, make sure you've properly set all the oven controls. Check your user's guide for more information on your model's controls.(see below for the link to the manual if you need it) If your range offers the option of a delayed oven start, check to see if it's been selected. If so, the oven won't begin to heat until the selected time. If your oven has a lockout feature, check to see if it's been selected. If so, it will prevent you from using the oven. If your oven still won't operate, please contact an authorized Maytag service provider for more assistance." Here is the link to the manual; http://www.maytag.com/assets/product/8113P564-60.PDF and here is the link to Maytag Service if you need it - hopefully not; http://www.maytag.com/support/service_parts.jsp The other possible culprit would be the electrical supply to the oven - it may be adequate for the stovetop or grill but the oven may draw more power than the circuit can handle - even if it was fine before, this can change and may be caused by corrosion, rodents, overloading etc. and may not necessarily trip the breaker switch - if you suspect this at all then get a qualified electrician to check - it shouldn't take long to check so should be cheap, although repairs if necessary may cost more Hope this helps :)
Posted on Jun 22, 2007
The top of the range will open if you remove the three screws under the front edge of the top. You will need to open the oven door to see them. But first, unplug the range or turn of the circuit breaker. There's still live voltages (240VAC) even with the range turned off. Also use care not to lean on the oven door or you could damage the springs. If the top does not have any brackets to hold it up you may need to find something to prop it up, or use a second set of hands. The elements are easily removed by removing a couple of screws and the some wires. Write down the wire colors and where they go to assist in making sure you reconnect them correctly. Also, pay particular attention to the numbered holes on the back of the element. Make sure you reconnect the retaining brackets in the same numbered holes as you removed them. Last of all, do not handle the ceramic material or element coil with your bare hands. They are fragile and the oils from your hands could create hot spots and potentially ruin the element. I do not know the arrangement of your elements, but I suspect you have one of each size burned out. The part numbers are as follows: 6" element: 1032743 9" element: 1035285 The prices are about the same ($40 ea.) with the larger element costing slightly more. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
You probably have a neutral return that is open. By turning on the stove top you are completing the path of return for the bake element. Work back from the element (unplug the oven first!!!) and check continuity back to the plug. Again, make sure you unplug the darn thing from the AC outlet!
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: Maytag oven will not ignite
If its a square glow bar it must pull 3.5 apms to open the gas valve. Round ones pull 2.5 apms. even though the glow bar is on it must be real bright. Has it been taken over 45 second to light the oven. You will need some way to check the amps. If its getting enough amps the safety valve is bad.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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