Question about Electrolux E23CS75DSS Stainless Steel
There are three variances of this model ending in S0,S1 or S3 after the last S you provided so you might have a variable speed compressor or a single speed.
It sounds like a single speed.
At the compressor you should have either two or four wires going into it with the light blue and the black being the line voltage (110v ac) and the smaller red and black being the low voltage signal to the variable speed if applicable (4-12 vdc)
It sounds like you have a bad control board and checking voltages will tell if that is the problem. It is located behind the kick panel in the front on the left side and will usually smell/look burnt when removed. The part number may change depending on if it is a S), S1 or S3 so check with your local parts store. (get the model# off of the sticker inside the unit and not off of the owners manual as it is incomplete and sometimes wrong).
Posted on Feb 15, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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?
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