Question about Ovens
I have the switch, but the repairman was unwilling to install it because the wiring diagram on the back of the stove was unclear. He did install another switch which works.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it sounds like it burnt one of your main wires in the back of range. by turning a knob on you are getting a feed back. turn the power off remove back panel take a visual check of your wiring.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
Here's a diagram of the oven along with the Oven Ignitor (Part #19 on the diagram) and the Broiler Ignitor, (Part #26 on the diagram). They are located behind the gas deflectors located at the top and bottom inside the oven compartment, accessible from inside the oven, but you'll need to remove the rear panel at the outside back of the stove to disconnect the terminals tha supply voltage to the ignitors.
Be sure to turn the breaker off and/or unplug the range from the 220V-AC outlet first.
Hope this helps you complete your repair. Best Regards!
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
We replaced the igniter which I bought from the appliance repair service. We now have a working oven.
Thankyou for responding to my email.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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