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OVEN TEMP STUCK ON 100F

Frigidare model# FEB27S5ABB single oven. When setting temp for bake or broil the reading changes after a few seconds to 100f and does not change-oven and broiler does not heat at all. Tried breaker switches. Any ideas?

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  • BWOLFJR Jun 02, 2008

    bake elements not heating, have not used self cleanning, not check connections.

  • robert samples May 11, 2010

    is the bake element hearing and have you self cleaned it and have you checked the connections at the oven to the house

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Check your house connections to the stove turn the breaker off first then reply to me

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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    sheryl kells May 14, 2015

    Hi I am trying to get my stove working ,I have the same issue when trying to use my oven it accepts 350 but after a few seconds flips to 100!
    I have checked the breaker,reset the clock and still no different.could you give me some steps on what to test.
    The convection fan runs fine, it's the broiler,bake element and clean feature that are not working.
    I used it last night no problems I am ready to throw this thing over the porch rail arrrgh!

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