Question about Electrolux ICON 30 in. Double Wall Oven
I set temperature at 350. Once the temperature reaches 350 the heating element shuts off and doesn't maintain the correct temperature. Drops 20 degrees in 15 minutes.
If it is an electronic timer temp controller you might want to check it
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey- Let's fix this thing. Several things can affect indicated/actual temperature. The temp probe should test ok across it's lead wires at around 1100ohms. The computer usually shows a fault if the circuit is open, but won't show a code if it hasn't failed completely. The next suspect is the igniter for the oven burner. These can become weak with age, affecting gas flow to burner. Testing igniter is not really possible when it comes on and the part is usually replaced. The regulator is next in line, occasionally causing variable flow to burner. As you can see, quite a bit to consider. On site diagnostics is usually required, but this gives you a start. Installation instructions are available for all parts. Please acknowledge this post if my info and time spent helps you. Have more info if needed. Thanks- Ed
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
SOURCE: Oven Switching Off
I have a few questions. Does the oven reach the set temperature? How do you get it to go back on? and if you do not set the time do you have the same problem?
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
SOURCE: eod6630 does not heat to temp
Try and locate the thermostat, check no wires have come off from there. Your old element may have been ok, you may have a faulty stat or a loose wire on one of the connections.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
The thermostat is the cause of the problem, normally the the only cure is to replace the oven thermostat,completely, or alternatively, compensate by setting a lower temperature when cooking.
this will work o/k if it is always the same variation in temperature across the range .
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
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