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Frigidaire Oven Problem

My oven keeps going back to "Pre Bake 135 degrees" after I set Bake and the temp at which I want to cook. It stays at 135 and doesn't move. This oven was here when we moved in so I don't have a manual.
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Shawna

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  • shawnared Jan 28, 2008

    Model # NF30717340
    There are no fault codes
    It goes from the temp I set it on to 135 degrees prebake on.
    The temp never climbs and the oven does not get hot.
    Thanks!

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    After a successful self-cleaning and cool -down, the oven won't go past 135 degrees and pre-bake setting, I want it to bake something. What to do?

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Please post the model Number here..so i can look it up but just off hand there maybe an oven sensor (thermistor) problem this in inside the oven and tells the electronic ctrl board what the actual temp is in the oven it says 135 beacause it will until the temp reachs that after that as the temp goes up it will read 140 150 160 .. and so on until it reachs the set temp .. Is the oven getting hot and are there any fault codes coming up??

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd Jan 28, 2008

    Sounds like you have a bad electronic ctrl board but before we condemm that lets check some things... please go to your breaker box and shut off the unit via the circuit breaker then turn back on.. test to see if it heats up now. Sometimes you will drop a pwr leg either from a bad bre or weak breaker yes the clock works still (one leg 110v)..but the heating elemets needs 220v (both legs) to work and heat. do you have a test meter to check A/C volts??

  • Gary Davd
    Gary Davd Jan 28, 2008

    What brand ?? who makes this oven??

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