Question about Frigidaire FEB27S5A Electric Single Oven
Hi, I am trying to fix a very old Frigidaire Caprice Oven (by General Motors believe it or not). It 'popped' and now does nothing. Only the light and main element (part number 821259) worked previously, but now neither work (I changed the light bulb). I checked the fuses in the outside electrical box, all good. A new element is $128 with no return. How can I check it is really the element before buying a new one? There are no signs of damage, holes etc on the element. Or is there a hidden fuse or something in the oven?
I have a double caprice oven and the top oven wont go - something to do with timers
can u help
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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