I have read some of the problems with this stove and I would like to report I have had my stove for over 8 years and not one single thing has ever gone wrong with it. It has been the best stove I have ever had. The oven is the most accurate of any oven I have ever had and bakes everything to perfection. What I need is a replacement oven bottom. There are screws that make me believe it can be replaced. My son in law was cooking and spilled liquid in the bottom and after it was baked on he tried to scrape it off with a knife and scratched the bottom of the oven beyond recognition! I am moving and leaving the stove in the house but would like to repace the bottom so it doesn't look bad. I can't find the part anywhere - can you help?
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You have power to the circuit so the control and valve are ok. That leaves the glowbar. It has to pull a certain amount of amps to open the valve. Sometimes bumping the stove makes it light up . The glowbar should be so bright you cannot look at it but sometimes you cannot tell a bad one from a good one...
Gas valve might need adjusting. The spud on top has a nut on it. Turn the nut counter clockwise to make the flame adjustment. You could also need a new sensor If the glowbar is weak then that could also be the problem. XL-44 Service Manual
I have a Convention GE Free Standing stove. Model #GRCL3650ZWW-2. The convention fan just suddenly quit working with no un-usual noises before. Im thinking the fan motor went. I probably can figure out whether out if its getting power but if it is gone where would I get one and about what cost for a fan motor
it is a glow coil , thermocouples are on units with a free standing pilot that you have to light, if you have a range like this you may need a thermocouple if not a free standing pilot you have a electronic gas iginition system that uses a glow coil, you turn on over setting and oven glows orange then iginites if this is what you have you need new glow coil, easy to repalce
Hi, If this model has a standing pilot, use a lighter and put the flame to the back center next to the burner assembly. Most newer models have electric ignitors now. It is fastened to the burner assmbly on the laft side.
If this an electric ignitor, turn the oven on and see if the ignitor glows. These ignitors are a very common problem and will probavly need replaced.
Please let me know if I can assist youu further.
"PF" indicates the electronic control detected a Power Failure. This could have been caused a brief power outage OR may be an indication that the connections to the oven, either at the stove or at the plug are loose.