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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oven slow to heat
In alot of ovens preheat will cause the both the broil and bake element to come on. You are most likely getting heat from the broil element. This means either the bake element is bad or the relay on the oven control is bad. If the element shows resistance with an ohm meter then replace the oven control board.
Posted on Oct 06, 2007
SOURCE: Fan assisted oven not working
If the fan is still working then it is the element that has gone. This is easily replaced as you only need to remove the back panel and swap the the element.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
SOURCE: Oven not heating up
can you see the bottom element?? if so usually , its obvious when the element goes bad, youll see the damage.TURN OFF POWER. 2 screws remove elemnet from the front 2 wires, plug in aa new one and your good
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
SOURCE: oven does not heat up
I had the same problem with my magic cheff oven. I had to set the temp at 400 - 500 degrees to get to get an actual oven temp of about 250 degrees. The oven temp sensor checked ok with an ohm meter. Should be around 1100 ohms at room temp. I work in the electronics industry and know capacitors go out of range and dry out with heat and over time so I replaced the 3 or 4 electrolitic capacitors on the timer board. Cost me about $6.00 at Radio Shack and now my oven temp is right on the money. I realize not everyone may want to do this but it worked for me. Better than the $200.00 for a new oven timer control board. I have also found a company's website that fixes these boards for about $89.00 ApplianceTimers.com
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
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Hello William - Sounds like the element or the control board to the element is not communicating correctly. I would have a professional diagnose the element first. You may only need to replace it. Otherwise it could be the control board not allowing the element to heat up properly, a faulty mechanical thermostat or an oven sensor.
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