Question about Amana ARGS7650SS Gas Kitchen Range
SOURCE: Oven temperature
I have the same problem with mine. It just started a few days ago. I would turn the oven on, and it would take forever to heat up. The gas flame has been making a lot of noise when lighting and when going out. I removed the bottom plate in the oven and have found that the gas is not coming on. It would after a while, and occasionally. But not when called for. Either it needs a new valve, or the electronics are messed up. I will have to look into it. may have to call someone to fix it. If you find the solution please let me know.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
SOURCE: amana over
as far as the elementy working, if it glows red, its working. if the unit is preheating within 12-15 min, id say the elements are fine. as far as not maintaining temp, thats strange, if the elemnt turns on the control is sendinding power, and its shuttin off so its stopping power, sounds as if a relay is geting stuck on the control board, strange thngs happen when you short things out like that.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
Check your bake element, I had the exact same problem and found the bake element had burned in half. The broil element comes on during preheat and kicks off at around 220 degrees.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
We had the same problem and it turned out to be a burned out lower heating element. Only the top one was heating and I could never get it over about 150deg or so.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: Amana Range, AER5515QAW
could be a bad bake element, bad temperature sensor, or control board problem
what does the oven readout display for temperature? if the readout agrees with the actual oven temperature ... it is probably the element
if the oven readout displays a much higher temperature it may be the temperature sensor (the probe in the oven cavity) or the control board
the temperature sensor can be tested by measuring its resistance with power off and unplugged from the control board, should be about 1100 ohms at 75F
If the sensor is good, then it is probably the control board ... in which case we can repair it for you at www.fixyourboard.com
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
First check the temperature probe if that checks out good the problem is the bake element is failing. Here is a couple links on checking and replacing these parts
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
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Turn oven temperature knob to OFF.
2. Press and hold both arrow pads for approximately 5 seconds.
3. A double digit will display ranging from -35 °F to 35 °F.
4. Immediately, press either:
• to increase oven temperature by 5 °F
• to decrease oven temperature by 5 °F
• When temperature is adjusted to a cooler setting, a minus sign (-) will
display with the offset temperature.
5. When desired temperature change is displayed, release control and
change will be automatically saved after a few seconds. Control will
return to time of day display.
• Offset temperature change will be retained through a power failure.
The complete manual can be downloaded at www.appliancehelponline.com just enter your model # and the manual will be on the left hand side.
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