Question about Maytag Admiral LER3330AAW / LER3330AAZ / LER3330AAB Electric Kitchen Range
I have a Maytag LER3330AAZ that I recently replaced the bake element on. The element had caught fire and broke. I figured it was just from food on it but after replacing it I see there may be a bigger problem. Upon first use after replacement I set the oven at 350 degrees but noticed that after awhile it seemed much hotter than that. I changed the setting from 350 to 375 it instead of having to heat up more it instantly changed to 375. Bumped it up by 25 degrees several times and like before it immedialtely changed. The oven was set at 350 but it was actually over 450 degrees and rising. I've looked at the parts list and can't figure out what would be the next part to replace that would be causing this problem. I see no thermostat. Can any one help ?
the problem can be with the thermal fuse .if not then If the switches are work in then you will have to replace the clock control. Check the switch with a meter.
Check the wiring.
Also try reseting the oven by switching the power off for up to 10min
Regarding the thermal fuse I would recommend to replace it one more time and not to use the Self clean any more until you will perform all checks and repairs according to the service pointer.
And one more thing if u have ever used the broil method you also have to replace the broil heating element due to low resistance.
The thermal fuse is located at the back of the oven..
Just replace the two things i.e. Thermal fuse and the Bake element.
You can get the parts from HERE
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