Question about Frigidaire FEF336BC Electric Kitchen Range
My wife heard a loud pop the other night while using our oven. I don't know the model # of the oven. The circuit breaker blew and when I reset it the power came back to the range and everything worked except the oven didn't heat on bake or broil. The oven controls still work but no heating of the elements. I took the control unit out to find a large portion of the board blackened. My question is, I obviously need a new control board but do I have other components that may have caused this burnout? As far as I can see the heating elements are the only other thing in the circuit. Could they be causing the problem or is the board the only thing I need to replace. Also, where can I buy a board. It is a Spitfire Controls Inc. Model # 316207509 SF 5301-S7509-N? Thank you!
Although you dont have hte model number , that is indeed a correct and valid part number for the control lists for a about $120. since your back there give a quick look at the wiring into the unit, is that ok ??? adn where the burnout is on the control does it appear to have shorted out against the back wall??? perhaps a relay on the board just blew??? i really wouldn't thinkn tha another component was goning to make that go bad, also ck the bake and broil elements for continuity, perhapa wire fell off the element blowing out the control
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
I have this unit in my oven as well. In mine the relay welded shut and it won't turn off. It is likely you have a similar problem. Your choices are (a) track and repair the problem on the board, probably the relay,
or (B) buy a new board. They are not hard to replace and you can be done in about 30 minuets or less. A search of the net will find you one.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I appreciate your inquiry, Stephanie Givan!
From what you are describing it sounds like a possible short with your breaker box or issue with your terminal block within your Frigidaire range. I would recommend reaching out to a professional technician for a proper diagnosis to be completed. The technician will have the correct tools to check for any electrical issues within the range to make sure the correct component is being replaced. This will help avoid any unnecessary part purchases. -Matt
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