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Haier oven just quit heating the heater elements will not work= fan works ok

No visable sign of burnt wires , heating rods should be replaced????
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  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

    I had the same problem. The oven is about a year old. I took out the cover. The wire connecting to the top heating element was completely disconneced.

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    top heating element not heating

  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2009

    there was a fluctuation in the electric power supply. since then the micro wave oven is not heating. when it is turned on it gives some noise as the heating tray revolves but no movement in the keypad.

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I would check all of the fuses, the internal fuses and wiring for any signs of damage and that particularly from heat. Also multimeter the connectors of the wiring to the element and see if you are getting a voltage reading, if you get a reading from the wiring and the element is not heating up, then you need to replace that element, do these checks for all of the internal components and you will find the one at fault.

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If the top element is working, then it is either the element, the wiring harness , or the control board.

Since both elements are controlled through the same temperature probe, then the temp. probe should be OK.

The heating element must be removed and tested using a multimeter.

The part is tested disconnecting wiring from element contacts, setting a multimeter to read impedance at Rx1, and reading Ohms on element contact.
If the circuit is open (no continuity and infinite Ohms value), then the element has blown and must be replaced.


If the element has continuity, test the wiring harness, then replace wiring harness or control board.

All the test must be done by a trained repairer, strictly observing all health and safety rules.

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