The top burners with the clicker ignighters work fine. Its the main panel on the top front panel. it is blacked out . we have checked the breaker and the wall plug where the oven is pluged into. it is getting the proper volts. the stove is getting electricity because the top burner ignighters click and light. could it be the control panel. Thank you Judy
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Some how you have disconnected the sensor that tells the main burner that the fan is on. Its trying to light but cant. On some models there is a air pressure switch that reads the pressure inside the vent pipe itself. It will have a small hose on it and if that has cracked or was not replaced it wont light. This is how its supposed to work--- vent fan comes on,sensor confirms fan is on,hot surface ignighter starts to glow red,and main burner is opened,another sensor confirms that main burner is lit,then hot surface ignighter turns off. Hope this helps.
Hello, the first thing i think that should be checked is for 120 vac at the control board all power goes into it then out to the selector and t-stat..the control/relay board is on the rear of the unit and it needs to be pulled out and remove the rear panel, the control. i am having ahard time finding parts breakdown with drawings, but from memory to remove the front control panel ya need to remove the surface burners and the main top and their is screws for the front console under the surface burners. I am assuming the small oven and surface burners work?? I will keep looking to find drawings and let ya know
It's likely one of the coils is opening a break in the coil as the coil
heats up. This coil will shrink when cool and be able to run again. The
number for the coil kit, which will replace ALL the coils, for your
machine is 279834.
Disconnect power and turn off gas before working on this dryer. Working on gas dryers is not recommended for people who are not professionals.
Disconnect Power. Lift Cover on lint filter. Remove two screws Phillips screws taking care NOT to allow them to fall into the blower housing. Place putty knife in the seam between the top and front panel about 2” in from either side. Push in on clip while pulling control panel forward and tilting putty knife handle up, all at the same time. Same on opposite side. Raise top all the way.
Looking down inside dryer on left and right see a 5/16” hex head screw about 6 inches down. Remove each side while holding front panel in place. Pull top of front panel about 3 inches forward from sides and then pull up. This will disengage the front panel from lower pressure clips and allow you to turn it sideways and expose the dryer interior. Reverse process to re-assemble. Take careful note of belt configuration BEFORE removing it. Draw a diagram of its travel.
Motor and idler pulley for dyer will be on right. Gas components, if present, will be on left Replace All coils with Kit Number listed above. Take care not to touch or hit the ignitor or you will be replacing it also. It is VERY brittle.
Yes, I see this but it isn't real common. The control board (eoc) will have to be replaced. Most of them are costly. If you give me the complete model # from the sticker on the oven (may be behind bottom drawer) I can check into this better for you and get you a price.