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Re: power lights come on burners do not, oven does work
Then check your voltage if you have 220 at the out let (and don't assume you do check it!) if you have 220 there pull the back cover off the cord and see if the cord is loose or burned . but before you pull the range out in this situation turn off the breaker for safety in case the cord has burned out all theesecomponts are on separatecircuit's and only thing that will stop them all is a power problem of some kind if you dont find nothing turn the breaker back on and try the range again if the cord is burned this is caused by improper tightening of the cord during instalation and there is no fault in the range install new cord properly and it will be fine
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You will need to look and see if the igniter is glowing a bright red. If it is weak, the oven will not light. Here is the igniter if you need to order it. Also check and make sure your getting 3.2-3.6 volts AC to the valve.
If the broiler burner is not coming on it may be a bad ignitor or the ignitor may not be getting power. Observe the ignitor when you turn in on ans see if it glows at all. If not then test for power to the ignitor if you have power and not glowing or lighting replace the ignitor. If it glows but does not light the ignitor may just be weak replace it.
The stove has 4 burner switches with a # 2 terminal on each switch. This contact is similiar on all four switches. One of the switches # 2 contact is stuck. The burner switch should disconnect both legs of the 240 volt circuit, one leg through the # 2 terminal and one leg through the thermostat built into the burner switch. Disconnect the pilot lamp wire on each switch unti the light goes off and then replace that burner switch. This should correct the problem
Its almost impossible to tell you how to repair it without being there to view what is going on. by what you are saying, it looks like you have a short between two or more wires, possibly stuck together from heat. After switching off, remove cover at the back and follow the wiring to the clock and the burner switches and look for anything obvious. Look for a wire possibly burned off and leaning onto another electrical wire.
as both top and oven quit at the same time
if the lighting mechanism was a clicker type you used to her a snapping noise
for the top burners ovens are normally a hot surface ignition or glow rod the first thing i would make sure the outlet has power all four burners on top use same spark module and normally oven is separate module or control each burner control provides power to module separatly when turned on and you can test voltage at spark module mormally located behind a cover on back of stove
caution modules are wired 120volt and you would need a tester follow cord from outlet to where it enters back of stove normally wiring is close to cord entry point
All of these ranges have a spark module at each burner sight and they all click when ever you attempt to light one burner. Therefore, it can not be assummed that the spark module for those nonworking burners are actually clicking. Remove the burner covers and actually look for the sparks. If there is no spark make sure the connections are nice and tight. IF they are, you most likely need to replace the spark module.
Turn the power off to the oven.Gain access to the burners on the oven,at the end of the burner there are orfices.Slide the burners out and remove the orfices (they will have a hole in them) or get a paper clip and clean the holes out.Also where the ignitor sparks at on the burner,look at the burner holes and make sure there clean,let me know how you make out.