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New installation, does not heat

Put it a single over JT915, hard wired with 12 guage to 40 amp breaker. All the controls seem to work, including convection and self clean, but the heating elements do not come on. Neither bake or broil make the elements come on. what gives.

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  • meanguy Dec 29, 2007

    yes its a brand new single oven, no stove on top. Tried again today to get it to work, cut the breaker for 5 minutes, made sure no lock out was on, nothing happened different. Still all controls work but nothing you program gets the heating elements to work. Is there some way to test the ignition? Also is there any chance its hard wired incorrectly, I had a relatively junior electrician wire it but that does not seem to be the problem. The oven was in my basement for 15 months prior to installation due to family problems. So warrenty is out.

    thanks

    mike

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I think your ignition does not work.
Is this a brand new oven ?
Does it have a stove on top ?
does the stove work ?

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

  • Simon Zwaan
    Simon Zwaan Dec 29, 2007

    You can try checking the ignition by using an elelctricty probe, first remove the drippan/cover thats on there which should just slide off.



    If you have a electricity probe you can check if the heating element is getting power by removing it and plugging the 2 probes into the heating element holes.



    If you dont feel like going to this extent, check the power chords and the fuses and hope the problem is in there.




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