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Oven is not heating, grill is working, everything else is working

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  • asnebj Sep 07, 2009

    This is not a micro wave!!!!!!!!

  • asnebj Sep 08, 2009

    this is an electric oven

  • asnebj Sep 08, 2009

    thanks, but havent got a meter and dont feel very confident

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Check The fan at the the oven if it comes on and circular fan element dosent heat check and see if the fan element has blown. This usually cannot be seen without taking the fan cover off inside the oven. hope this help

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Most likely the element needs to be replaced, but the only way to know for certain is to troubleshoot the problem with a multimeter

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Turn oven on. Look for glowing ignitor in lower oven. If there is no 'glow' coming from ignitor, ignitor is bad and needs changing. If there is glowing from ignitor, then the problem is the 'coil' on the gas valve. It's a solenoid electrical coil that activates the valve to open for gas.

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    Craig Butler Sep 08, 2009

    so sorry, I though it said gas oven. Now then, an electric is going to be even easier. CAn you check the element itself? Do you have knowledge about looking at the element to see if it 'looks' normal?

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    Craig Butler Sep 08, 2009

    How far do you feel comfortable with troubleshooting the power in the oven? Do you have a meter?

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  1. Check the heating elements using an analog ohmmeter. Turn the knob to x1k or x10k marker. If the ohmmeter pointer does not deflect, the element is busted. You have to replace it completely since it's not repairable. The switch that controls it also fails and you have to replace it too.
  2. Check the receptacles where the heating elements are plug into for any sign of wear or bad contacts. Remove the elements by lifting it up and firmly pulling it away from the receptacle.
  3. Replace the element if its ends are corroded or burned and replace the receptacle too.

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Hi there,

You will need to look at and/ or test these three areas, if your microwave won't heat -
*Power diode 
*High voltage capacitor 
*or the Magnetron

for more information check the below link -

http://www.partselect.com/repair.aspx?appliance=microwave&part=no-heat

If the microwave sounds fine and there is no heat, one of the internal door micro switches, the high voltage circuitry, or the circuit board may be the problem and they should be tested and replaced as necessary.

Note. You need to be familiar with working on microwaves or at least learn how to discharge your microwave's capacitor; it is absolutely essential in preventing injury to your microwave, your tools, and yourself. A capacitor stores large amounts of electricity even when your microwave is unplugged, and it must be discharged before beginning any repair. I highly recommend having a qualified appliance repair technician work on the microwave.

Post further comments for more information....

Good Luck!!

Thanks

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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