Frigidaire 2006 double oven top oven wont turn off
I have a frigidaire double oven that is less than 2 years old p/n 318201514 it is a 30" wide stainless steel electric. After christmas dinner cooking all day at 400 degrees, the top oven shuts off on the display but the next morning the fan was running and it was about 150 degrees inside. Now the only way to keep it from getting hot and turning itself on we must turn it off at the breaker. We are still able to cook anything we want, and whatever temp, but we are tired of killing it at the breaker box. What parts do I need?? I am frustrated because its a $2k oven and is just out of warranty help!!!
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take a profile of the glass shape (cut out the shape from cardboard) and go to a glass supply shop ( glass windows , doors , shower screens etc)
they should be able to cut and then temper the glass to make it heat proof for the door
if they cannot temper it they should be able to tell you where you can get it done
The code F43 means - The cooling fan speed, as read by the tachometer input of the EOC-display board, is abnormally too slow.
when the cooker is on can you feel the fan is on through the upper vent? If not then the fan is the problem if you can then the fan sensor is the problem!
I understand you are having electrical problems with your Frigidaire double oven, model# GLEB30T8A. I also see that this is the third time you have had a repairman out to reconnect exposed wires in your 2 and a half year old appliance. I suggest contacting the manufacturer directly. They might have some advice or might be able to point you in the right direction to having your double oven repaired for good. Hope this is helpful.
This is probably the thermal shuttoff fuse. Usualy mounted in the back of the oven. Aftermarket fuses are resetable but the OEM ones that come with the ovens usualy are not, so when they go out they stay out. This shuttoff only effects the power to the element so the rest of the oven appears to work.
The oven has to come out and remove the rear covers, behind the covers you will see 2 wires that go to a small 1/2 in dia "plug" that mounts directly to the surface with 2 screws.
Remove the connections and put a meter across the cuttout. it should read very close to zero ohms, if not its blown.
A Frigidaire Custom Imperial double wall oven, circa 1966-1970, custom installed into brick wall needs to be replaced, in my home's kitchen. Is there a double wall oven currently available to replace the 1960's which measures less than 21 3/4 in. wide, 443/8 in. high, & 24 1/2 in. deep?
Probably not. It sounds like your broil element burned out. This just happens sometimes. If it is this , it will have visible chunks missing. Yes, It shorted with enough force to blow the main fuse. Unplug it as sometimes it can still be live and sparking when power is restored. Element is fairly cheap usually less than $50 and you can fix it yourself.
Check the clock knobs the older style you had to push in to auto time them make sure the times are on the same time (stop&start) and the buttons are popped out to engage the upper oven if so post the complete Model # and i will get the manual for you