Question about Ovens
There is only one sensor. Look inside the oven on the top right or left rear. The sensor is about 3 inches long,metal and about the size of a thin pencil. It will be held in by one or 2 screws. Unplug the range. Remove the sensor and disconnect the wires. Use a volt meter set for ohms. It should read 1100 ohms plus or minus 50 ohms. If it reads more or less replace it.
If you have no meter just replace the sensor. It is bad if the control says it is bad.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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