Question about Frigidaire Kitchen Ranges
More than likely the element in the bottom of the oven is defective. Look at it closely for a burnt spot or a spot where it is swelled up. If you see either condition is is defective. If you see nothing then remove the element and with an ohm meter check the continuity of the element. Black probe on one connection and red probe on the other with multimeter set to ohms. If you get no reading the element must be replaced. Most of these elements just pull out. Sometimes there is a screw holding it in place. Make sure to turn the circuit breaker or fuse in your service panel off before working on the oven. Replacement elements can be purchased at any store that sells ovens.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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