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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oven won't work
It is likely that the safety fues in the back of the unit has failed. This is accessed by removing the back panel of the unit. It is usually located just to the left and up from the center of the back wall. be sure to remove power from the unit before removing the back cover.
Posted on Apr 27, 2007
put on tree belt . having the same problems replaced ERC $200.00 now they are telling me touch pad touch pad is $240.00 .the stove cost $1300.00. $1740.00 how much more will i have to put in this stove
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
You need a new control board. I bought similar range in 2004 and I just got my 3rd control board. Heating the oven over 400 degrees and using the self-clean function kills the board.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
Hi,You need to replace the oven igniter. You will find that this is a very common problem with that model and other models that use this igniter. It is very simple to do.
Look inside the oven and you will find 2 screws at the bottom of the oven in the back. Loosen them up and remove the bottom panel of the oven.
Remove the broiler, and oven trays and it is a 10 minute swap out. Removing the above items allows you the access needed to get to the two screws that mount the oven igniter to the burner.
Using either a socket (1/4") or a nut driver, remove the 2 screws and unplug the igniter. The most difficult part of the exchange is unplugging the igniter. The plastic will most likely break because it has become very brittle by being exposed to the heat. Be careful to break only the part that is being replaced.
If you do happen to break the fittings, they can be replaced with any male/female connector. If you need to replace this, I recommend that you stay away from plastic encased plugs.
You then install the ingiter, plug it in, and you are back in business. It is a very simple part to replace, but it is costly.
Thanks and take care
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
SOURCE: bake element burned out on
You should have 120 to the element when not in bake mode, while in bake mode you should have 220 - 240 volt. Sounds like you lost a relay to send the additional power to the element, or you have a High Limit thermostat which could be open. This is a safety device to protect the unit from over heating, this only goes if temperatures increase higher the safety levels, normally set about 200 degrees or so along the air flow channels. I would trace from the elements to the clock and find the missing source of current.
I hope this helps
Be safe with electricity......
Posted on Jul 26, 2011
Testimonial: "Perfect! it was the high limit thermostat.Thank You for your help"
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