Question about Frigidaire FES367 Electric Kitchen Range
Heard a "pop" while cooking a pizza - power went out in house, turned breakers back on - stove clock displays "12 or" and nothing else - nothing already posted will fix it. I'm guessing it was a fuse blown in the clock/control panel - I'd like to be able to replace/fix it myself rather than pay for repair - can anyone guide me on what the best course of action is, or how I can take it apart and replace the circuit myself? (also think I saw a small amount of smoke come out around the clock panel - may have been from my pizza though?)
Your going to have to replace the control pane.
Posted on Aug 12, 2007
Had the same problem! While cooking heard a pop and saw an electrical flash in the oven. The breakers on the panel blew as well. Reset the breakers and now no clock display, no oven but the burners and the warming drawer work. I called Frigidaire (6 yr old stove) and it seems this is a problem with the Gallery Professional series. Was told they changed the clock design so that when the convection element burns out it no longer takes out the clock. They paid for a service call to find the problem and then offered me a reduced rate on a new stove. It seems a shame to toss out such a good looking piece. Any idea on a source for the clock and cost? Sounds like a class action could be interesting!! Unplug the stove and check your convection behind the panel on the inside of your oven at the back or your bake element!! A white residue will be a hint it has shorted. Brian
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
Ordered part from on-line parts for under $150 (just type in the model number and look at the pictures). UNPLUGGED THE RANGE Took the back off; photographed the clock panel from the back so I knew which color wire re-plugged in where... and a few screw removals later had the broken part out and new one in place. I'm a lady in her 60's saving money!.
Posted on Nov 15, 2011
Cant get my clock to work an its makes a beepin noise cant get it to stop an set time.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
I've had the same experience (Gallery Series - Model PGLEF385): a loud "pop" and then no oven or broil elements. I just had my service guy around and I've had to order a new clock unit...my stove is 3 years old! Cost: $450 with service calls! I'm going to contact Frigidaire...but I won't hold my breath. The service guy, by the way, says that in his experience, all makes are pretty much the same in this respect as the components are generic.
Posted on Sep 21, 2007
Called a service company - they told me they would need to look at it - then called me back and told me the clock/timer panel would need replacing - cost of part - $315. I told them the stove was only 4 years old, and although I didn't buy warranty plan through Sears - it seems a little early for it to be going out. They told me to call Frigidaire and tell them that the service company thought I should recieve a "concession" on the price of the part. I called and explained - they gave me a number to relay to the service company for charging me only half for the part. The service guy came today - total cost $242. Robbery for a 4 year old stove that cost a small fortune. The service guy told me that "a hundred of these could go in a year - electronics right?" - not very comforting - the part's got a 90 day warranty.
Posted on Sep 05, 2007
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