Question about Kitchen Ranges
Both elements went out at the same time. there is no evidence of a break on either, and the convection fan will still come on.
Is there a thermal fuse on this unit?
Deosnt appear to be a thermal fuse, or an over limit thermo on this particular unit. should be straight foward wiring,first ck incoming power, black to white 110,red to white 110, then red to black 220v. if thats not what you have you have electricl prob still. 110v feeds one leg of bake element, second leg comes from clock assy when bake is started( a relay closes sending power to second leg of element.good luck
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
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