Question about Whirlpool GBS277PDS Electric Single Oven
We had a power outage, when this occurred the oven was in cleaning mode.
When the power was restored, i reset the clock/timer and then found that neither of the elements would heat for bake or broil.
The clock, lights and fan in the oven are all working but will not heat.
Is there a fuse too look for or is there a fix I am not aware of?
Just a follow up report on aborcass's solution to the oven problem.
Just took delivery of the suggested part, removed old thermister and installed new part, back to the breaker and apply some juice to the circuit.
Turned on oven....BINGO!!!!!
Oven now is as hot as the wife would like it!!
Well done and well earned FixYa (already awarded)!!
Many thanks again
Steve, aka kf6wax
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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