Question about Ovens
Assure full power is available to the unit(220 volts-not 2 times the same 100 volts). Depending on the model, and age of the unit, the circuit board behind the clock is failing or has failed. The timer board directs timed power for the oven, shows the times, and may have other features. Any elements are usually directly controlled by the knobs without going thru the timer board. When the timer display disappears and stays blank no matter what you do, even turning the breaker off and then on again , then power thru the board has failed. This could be caused by mass failure of the board(burned out-burned parts-vaporized parts) right down to a couple simple components that have failed due to age and don't pass the power onto the circuit.. High voltage is present and any troubleshooting should be done by a competent person for that task. Be safe.
Posted on Apr 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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