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If your Frigidaire oven is not heating up to the high temperature, there could be a few possible causes:
The thermostat may be malfunctioning: The thermostat controls the temperature of the oven and if it's not working correctly, it could prevent the oven from reaching the high temperature.
The heating element may be malfunctioning: If the heating element is not working properly, the oven may not be able to reach the high temperature.
The control board may be malfunctioning: If the control board is not functioning properly, it may not be sending the correct signals to the heating element or thermostat, preventing the oven from reaching the high temperature.
The oven may be in a cleaning or self-cleaning cycle: when the oven is in a cleaning cycle, the temperature is raised to a high level to clean the interior of the oven.
The oven may be in a energy saver mode: some ovens have a energy saver mode that decrease the temperature by a certain degree to save energy.
It could also be a faulty circuit breaker. If one of them trips internally it may not trip the handle or indicate one is tripped. This situation allows only 120 volts to reach the oven instead of 220. That's why the clock functions but not the elements. To turn off Demo Mode:
1. Press SETTINGS 12 times. "Demo Mode" and "ON. Press (1) to OFF" will appear in the display text area.
2. Press the "1" keypad to change the Demonstration Mode setting to Off.
3. "OFF Selected" will scroll in the text area. Demo Mode has been turned Off.
It is common to have the broil element pulse on or they will send 120 volts to the broil element to even the heat in the oven. Some ovens have a preheat function that will power the broil and bake simultaneously until the oven reaches temperature then the broil element will shut down. If they both stay on red continuously through the entire bake process then something is wrong. Probably a stuck contact on the control.
either the temp sensor probe in the oven cavity it open/shorted or way off scale and telling the control board the units up to the temp set point,theres a way to test these with an ohm-meter for resistance at certain temperature but i dont have the chart for that test,it may be inside the unit if you can locate it
When that fan starts up the air pushes against an air switch and that tells the board the fan is blowing. The stove uses a DAC system that relies on switchs to confirm the operations of the fan. the DAC control uses signal voltage to detect switch function. The air switches must physically close by air movement from the
cooling blowers before the oven proceeds into a bake or broil mode. Reason being f
the cooling motor does not function and the oven goes into a bake or
broil mode, the oven will overheat and could damage the fancy smancy over engineered piece of garbage electronic components. My opinion. This is not for the DIY unless you are a TV repairman.
to decrease or increase temp we use a button or switch and this switches reach order for control board as a general basis so if the tow functions - & + faulty together then i think it is the control board need to change