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Electric range surface elements not working after self clean cycle.

It sounds like it is broken. You can bypass it by connecting the 2 wires together. This should be fine until you replace it. They aren't that expensive.

Mar 06, 2013 | GE Ovens

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JKP86-27 neither heating element (broil or bake) is working. Other controls and microwave work fine.

In my case the problem was the solder around the pins of the DLB relay heated up and melted away from the pin. I found this info on another post. I put more solder on and built it up to the top of the pin to provide more metal there.

Update 8/27/2016
I've found other similar problems, e.g. on a Bosch dishwasher. The symptom is solder is vaporized on relay pins. One poster said if the relay contacts wear and increase their resistance this will cause the pins on the circuit board to overheat and vaporize the solder. So if this is the case just adding more solder may only add additional time. The true fix would be to replace the relay to solve the overheating problem. Nevertheless it's been four years since I added solder and it's still working fine.

I also had a problem like this with my Craftsman garage door opener. It was flaky- it would sometimes just blink and then stop (and it wasn't the obstruction sensor). When I took out the circuit board I found a poor solder joint. Some posters also said the pins on the circuit board connectors could fatigue and stop making good contact (in this case you have to bend them to make good contact again). Likewise the wall button/IR motion sensor started acting up and I found resoldering some pins fixed it. So loose solder or connector issues might be common.

Sep 02, 2011 | GE JKP86 Electric Double Oven

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Aeg b5741-14 oven has code f5 -what does this mean?

Here is a list of oven error codes for your model Kenmore oven.
  1. F0 indicates a Stuck key pad.
  2. F1 and F7 may mean relay is turned on.
  3. F2 indicates that the oven is over temperature in one of the following modes within either cooking or cleaning mode of operation. The control is sensing over 615 degrees with the door lock circuit in the unlock mode. Control senses oven temperature above 915 degrees with the door in the locked mode.
  4. F3 and F4 indicates an open or shorted oven sensor or sensor circuit.
  5. F5 indicates a loss of relay drive circuit.
  6. FF indicates a loss of door motor safety switch.
  7. FC indicates a door lock circuit problem.
If the display of your control is flashing "F" followed by a number or letter its a range malfunction. Press the clear/off pad. Let the range cool for 1 hour and place the range back into operation.
If the problem repeats, call for service.

Jul 16, 2011 | AEG B5741-4 Electric Single Oven

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Am getting an "F-1" reading with a "beep"

Error code F1 means failed thermistor/transistor in control.

To resolve this issue you'll just have to replace the Electronic Range Control (ERC).

Good luck.

Apr 11, 2011 | Magic Chef 9815 Electric Single Oven

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Front right burner will not fully heat up, and oven sometimes stops working with a "F2" reading.

Code F2 errors mean that something is wrong with the keypad; I suggtes check the keypad if is firmly connected with the control board, then press "Cancel." If the error returns after 1 minute, you will have to replace the keypad. Also, try check the relay board (its possible you will have to replace). It may be a stand alone board or it may be part of the ERC (Electronic Range Control). If you know how to check you won't have to call a tech.

Hope this helps.

Dec 09, 2010 | Ovens

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Electric oven will not maintain temperature. drops 20 degrees

Jump online & get the schematics for your oven.. You'll need to troubleshoot the bake circuit, which is comprised of 2 - 120VAC legs (240VAC is applied during bake). One 120VAC leg is from the DLB relay and the other is from the Bake relay. if either one is bad, or not energizing, you won't get any power to the bake element. (The bake element runs 100% of the time during the bake cycle. broiler only operates 25% of the time during bake) I have had luck re-soldering the relay leg nodes on the backside of the relay board, as they develop "opens" over time. The relays are designed for ridiculous ##s of cycles, so they're not *usually* bad.

Dec 23, 2009 | Amana AOCS3040 Electric Single Oven

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Wont Heat at all

Buy a new one

Jul 23, 2008 | Ovens

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