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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
throw the piece of **** out! nobody seems to know how to do this, and there is zero customer service or help available. there are problems like this all over the net with no answers.
Posted on Oct 30, 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
This is your oven temperature sensor on your Tappan Oven.
hese codes are designed to troubleshoot your appliances and prevent further electronic issues from happening to your unit.
It is a simple repair that you can repair yourself and you can save a ton of money, also!
Once this part has been replaced, you oven should close properly and work just fine.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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