Question about Ovens
I am so sorry, for your delema...
If I was around at the time you purchased your unit i would have told you, "NEVER USE THE SELF-CLEANER," Because it uses a much higher tempuature then the wires can handle..
There maybe a wire or two burnt and the computer sees them at a low resistance and the computer is not letting operate an unsafe oven.
You need to remove oven from the wall... Check ALL wires and also check the thermistat probe at the connection with the electrical. If thermistat has a resistance, OK, If no reading.. replace thermistat. If you feel that all wire are OK put back oven and if it does not let you bake,... replace computer. That is Very costly
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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