Fridgidaire stove oven baked potatoes one night the next day...nothing.
My oven doesn't heat anymore. One night I cooked baked potatoes, the next day it didn't heat up at all...zip. The stovetop still works, and the broiler still works...what should I do next? Thanks for the assistance! Ron in Austin...with no biscuits!
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Can you seee the lower bake element? usualy when bad it will be apparent with a visual inspection of the element.if there is damage to the element order a replacement . 2 screws and 2 wires . no problemTURN OFF POWER ITS A LIVE ELEMENT AT ALL TIMES!!!!!!!
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This is your igniting bar it regulates the gas and the start up of the oven. It is at the bottom of the inside of your stove and if you take off the cover you will see it. It is rectangular and when you try to start up the oven it glows orange. Change this and it should work fine.
A blown oven element is possible. You may still be able to bake but the oven will seem to take forever to warm up. An easy check would be to crank the heat up full bore and put your hand near the top then the bottom. You should feel more intense heat the nearer you get to a working element.
It could be the element, but if neither the top or bottom element are coming on, it could be an issue with the electronics... Have you tried any of the other oven functions? Is it a convection oven? Maybe try using the convection bake or roast/convection roast functions..(roast function doesn't go through a pre-heat cycle, I have the same stove). If it's still under warranty, I would be calling for service.
sounds like a bad bake ignitor(uneven heat,long cook times, long preheat times, perhaps even gas smell while cooking)as far as the heat from under the clock assy thats the normal vent( nedds to release heat somewhere, not a problem
ok cory it sounds to me like your bake element burned in two looks like someone is running an electric welder when that happens more than likely you breaker tripped open your oven door and look at the bake and broil elements see if that's the case then reply but don't rate me till were done please