My oven seems to stop working, especially if I'm using it for long periods like Thanksgiving dinner. Sometimes the clock face will be blinking as if the power failed and came back on. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
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The circuit breaker outside in the power panel for the stove has a bad breaker. It will be two breakers with their handles joined together by a pin so if one tripe it takes the other so 220 V is no longer present. When one, but not the other trips you only have 110 V. That's why the lights and clock still work but no heating elements.
No, I'm sorry, you will have to replace your thermostat to get this oven to heat to proper temperature. We are Admiral factory authorized parts and service professionals and will be happy to get this part out to you asap.
as far as the elementy working, if it glows red, its working. if the unit is preheating within 12-15 min, id say the elements are fine. as far as not maintaining temp, thats strange, if the elemnt turns on the control is sendinding power, and its shuttin off so its stopping power, sounds as if a relay is geting stuck on the control board, strange thngs happen when you short things out like that.
if you will send me your model number off your serial plate on your range will be on front open oven door or lower drawer some where and when you bought it i need to check the service bulletins before i reply but dont rate me till were done