Question about Electrolux Ovens
Here are a list of things to check, check breaker both sides of 120v, take rear panel off to expose the wiring and check for shorted wires terminals...maybe when you installed the heater the terminal dropped off, check broiler..if this does not work might be receptical at rear. most electric range's have high limit thermostat..usually this is located under stove...check it for condinuity..if nothing replace. also check heater for condinuity..might be a bad heater even if new. one of these will be the culprit so hope this helps...if you have any other questions or concerns please feel free to comment again. Good Luck!
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
There is a big possibility that an internal wiring has been damaged due to heat causing a close connection hence blowing the fuse.This is probably why a new element did not make any difference.Sometimes wires overheat especially where they are exposed to high temperature areas and the outer insulation melts leaving live wires out.I would suggest you get a meter to test the wiring around..Hope this helps and do contact me if you need further questions.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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