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To locate instructions regarding self-clean on your Frigidaire range I would need to have your model number. I have provided a link for you to use once you have your model number to locate any Use and Care Guides available on your current appliance. I hope this helps to some degree and if you need assistance please reach back out. -Matt
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I see that your question is listed under Frigidaire Gas Single Oven (FGB24S5A) and that you are looking for the manual. I have successfully located the Owner's Guide. However, if you need a different manual, please provide me your model number. You can typically locate the serial tag (which lists your model number) on the front of the oven, on the left side, as you open the door on a wall oven. If you have a range, you may find the tag in the storage drawer, on the right side. Hope this helps! Frigidaire Manual Search Results
Good Afternoon Tasha - There could be a number of any one of several underlying causes in why the oven is experiencing this particular issue:
· Convection heating element
· Thermal cutout
· Thermal oven sensor
· EOC (electronic oven control)
· Bake or broil element
· All wired connections
The parts above will need to be assessed for further evaluation. Lastly, the oven cavity and insulation should be checked to ensure there are no gaps or damages that will leak out the heat. At t his time, I would recommend contacting a professional to assist you further since it is always a good idea to get the appropriate diagnosis prior to making any unnecessary part replacements.
well this is different, but sounds like fun. I would just Repair the gas griddle you have. from the sound of it you need to replace the 3 or 4 tstats that control the griddle. If you are in a Metro area you can find a dealer for Robert Shaw and get the parts you need. but you may also start at http://www.garland-group.com/. everything there will be newer but you will be able ask about where the data plate is and then get parts lists. call a small comercial kitchen repair company and ask for help there too.
Check the on / off switch and see if it is bad. Make sure it is unplugged from the wall. Sometimes you can use electronic contact cleaner from the auto store and spray the switch and then then turn it off and on several time with the unit unplugged and that will fix it. If not it could just be a bad switch.
The fan was on because the griddle element was on. 1/2 of the element was on so 110 volts was on at all times. If I had not been close to the oven and heard the fan I might never have found this problem. I replaced the infinite switch and that solved the problem. I found the model # inside the drip jar door. Problem solved.
The convection fan is wired through the door switch make sure your door switch is o.k. before replacing the board or the fan. Please have a local service tech check unit if you have to get into any electical checks. good luck