Question about Ovens Ovens
Months ago , after a neighborhood power outage, the ovens didn't work. No buttons made sound, could not set clock . Turned off 220v breaker and back on then it worked fine till the next power outage. Then same thing. Now the breaker must be left off for a long period of time to reset. and the oven works just once. It does not stop working during that time, I can finish baking that dish. But turn it off after that one and come back tomorrow and . . nuthin' !
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Posted on Sep 01, 2016
Testimonial: "I posted all the model info first before posing the question . . I guess that must not have tagged together ? It's a Kenmore electric double wall oven mod#911.48489890. The touch pad is separate from the circuit board behind it. heat does not effect it as it malfunctions stone cold too. My electrician came today and the wall breakers are just fine. Once the oven wakes up, you can run one cycle completely . .it does not stop midway. but the buttons are dead again till I turn off the wall breaker for many minutes ( quickly doesn't do it )"
Mewood What part did you call "thermostat"? If you?re talking about the device which operates the oven temperature, your oven does not have such thermostats. It has two oven temperature sensors (one in each oven) and a control board (ERC). An error code "F4" will be displayed along with a beeping sound if the ERC determines an open oven temperature sensor circuit. It can be the sensor itself or the wires that connect the sensor to the ERC. The F4 message will not be displayed in the time of day mode. To get access to an oven sensor and wires, the oven has to be removed from the cabinet. Then you have to remove the rear cover. Then unplug the oven sensor and check the resistance across the oven sensor. It?s supposed to be about 1100 ohms at room temperature. If the resistance is incorrect, the sensor is bad and needs to be replaced. If not, check all the wires from the oven sensor to the ERC. If it is not the sensor and wires, you have to replace the ERC, but most likely the problem is with the wires and/or connections. Part number for ERC is 62965, part number for oven sensor is 62593. Gendos....post back.
Posted on Dec 15, 2006
SOURCE: Ge Electric Double oVen
This may be related to a problem I have helped others solve. The solution is available free at my website. I have at last count helped over 1000 oven owners with a similar problem. http://fp1.centurytel.net/Powerman/Dreaded%20F7%20Problem.pdf Hope it works for you too.
Posted on Aug 09, 2007
SOURCE: Neff Oven
It appears that the timer has gone faulty, possibly because of a short in the bulb holder, which probably explains why there is no display and the main oven not working. the top will still work as it is not controlled by the timer.
the solution hear would to be fit a new timer.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
Ouch...sounds like the control module is blown. Thats the electronic timer. I've known this happen on several occasions. Bad luck!
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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