Pushed the controls to use the oven after setting temp went to set timer and heard a load pop sound and all top controls went out. The burners still work is this a fuse or a control panel problem? If fuse where is it?
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Unfortunately, Maytag is now a division of Whirlpool, just one of many.
I don't know your range but if it does not have electronic controls, the adjustment is located within the shaft of the oven temperature setting knob. The slotted screw is fairly deep in the shaft and you will need a small flat-blade screw driver with a slim and long blade.
If the oven has control electronics, this adjustment will be located on the main board with the rest of the controls and this is normally located in the upright top section of the range.
Me too. Oven was on, big "pop" and breaker went. After re-setting the breaker (and setting the clock on the range), the stove top works fine, and the controller for the oven seems fine, just that neither the top or bottm elements will heat up in the oven. 240 V is getting to the control module, but it is not sending out any juice to the oven elements.
Any fixes out there?
You said, you went to set the timer while baking a pizza and I got a "set or en" on
the display of my Maytag Gemini Ceramic Top electric oven. How old is the range? And the model number?
Threat it like an error code. This can reset the system. Turn the breaker off to cut the power for 5 minutes. Then restart the breaker and try the range. It's like rebooting your computer when its acting strange! Usually it corrects some error problems if they are not serious. Or they are sometimes just a glitch.
If this does not remedy the problem, then the switch itself is bad. Let me know how it works out. Huuum, Please remember to leave a rating
that actually sounds to be pretty normal operating procedure unless im not understanding correctly, the unit will shout off, and cycle back on to maintain proper temp as cooks, the" top lef bank of burners" they show signs of clicking??? but not actually igniting correct??? and do they ever start to click when unit is completly off???
Rainbow, F1 could be one of three things. The loud pop doesn't sound good. 1. Shorted keypad-replace the control. 2. The control sensed a runaway oven temp. In this case you would have to ohm out the temp probe. 3. The control itself may have a shorted relay-replace the control. The temp probe should ohm at approx 1100 ohms at room temp. Unplug the oven for one minute, if the code returns, first ohm the temp sensor (probe) if that checks ok, replace the control..Catriver