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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't precisely understand...responding. I assume that if you say oven on that the oven isn't heating but the indicator controls are working. This has several possibilities. First, do turn your circuit breakers off then on...there are two linked together. This may reset something. If that fails, your problems are likely in either the high limit safety switch or the heating elements. The elements are more likely. To check them, turn off the power and remove them from the oven. This is usually by taking out one screw and unclipping the element. See if the element is bulged or damaged. If not, use a multitester to see if one of them is not conducting. Replace it. High limit should conduct fully. Use the curcuit diagram on the stove to determine its location.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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Posted on Feb 04, 2008
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Posted on Oct 12, 2008
Check that one of the two hot wires is not losing power due to bad connection. This needs to be checked clear from the breaker to the terminal in the oven. Loss of one side of the 240 volts may still allow the clock to work as long as no other element is on.
OFTEN the connection of to the plug in the wall is bad... IT IS ALSO a fire hazard.
REMEMBER to turn off the breakers when working on this!
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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