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Frigidaire FEF365BGWC bake element went out when pulling out I forgot to unplug from wall. Sparks flew . Now nothing is working. It's getting power from wall.

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Most likely main control board got burned. Need to change it. Expensive.... Sorry

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You probably blew a thermal fuse usually located along the back wall covered by a metal plate

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Check all of your high limit safety switches. Possibility you may have fried the transformer on the main control board

Posted on Apr 17, 2015

  • Joseph McCormick Apr 17, 2015

    Is there anyway to check to see if voltage coming of the transformer

  • Luke Thomas Apr 21, 2015

    Yes, should be 24 volts leaving transformer I think

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SOURCE: Install bake unit in GE wall oven model JKP07J

I honestly believe you are right. you should be able to wiggle it back and forth and pull it out.

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SOURCE: frigidaire wall oven will not heat up very fast

The clock control has a relay that turns on the element. It could be failed and would require a new clock control.

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Hi!!
It wont hurt to try to reset the Electronic Clock Control by disconnecting power to the unit for a couple of minutes, connect it back up and check operation. If problem still present, Check the latch/lock motor, door latch, oven temp. probe and all wiring specially at the terminal block (see diagram for component picture and location) if it OK, most likely the problem is on the electronic clock control (aka EOC). Replace it
The part number for the EOC is AP2125564, this board costs about $200, you may want to try the following link to have your board re manufactured for a fraction of the cost. http://www.appliance411.com/links/jump.cgi?ID=769

Here are the break down diagrams for the Frigidaire range Model FEF365BGWC
http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=110576&diagram_id=242946#d242946
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SOURCE: I have a frigidaire 30" wall oven GLEB30T8CBA.

The control on the upper bake element has failed.and needs to be replaced

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I had this problem a year ago (both elements worked in top oven but only broil element worked in the lower of the dual ovens). I swapped elements around but the problem was still the bottom element bottom oven.

So I called the repairman. He replaced the relay board (Part #AP2127301) for the lower oven, and it worked again. Yippee.

But now a year later, I have the exact same problem. Lower element on lower oven is not working (Frigidaire you have got to be kidding)!

However this time I decided to take a look at the relay board myself, to at least save the expense of the repairman. I looked closely at the board and thought I saw a cold solder joint on relay K4. But just to be safe I touched up all the connections on all the relays with flux and a soldering iron.

Works perfectly again !!

Please if you try this, disconnect the power first. In fact if I had to tell you that, then just call somebody.

Posted on Feb 13, 2011

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