Question about Frigidaire Ovens
Sounds like its wired incorrectly .. the stove operates on two phases of 120 volts each .. together they form a 240 volt supply .. if its wired incorrectly you may be getting only 120 volts .. it will then take 4 times as long to heat .. have an electrician or someone skilled in that sort of thing, check the voltage at the plug .. and make sure the pig tail is attached correctly to the stove .. check the circuit breakers .. there is one for each phase .. but if one is tripped then some functions wont work at all unless there is a second problem (shorted phase) in which case it will work but have the 4 times as long to heat problem and it will trip the circuit breaker immediatly .. ..
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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