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Temp control knob loose on old Frigidaire oven

I have an older Frigidaire oven RG74BC*1. The temp control knob has come loose and caused a short, popping the breakers. Any suggestions?

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My best guess its A Frigidaire wall oven, circa 1966-1970,

unsafe to use at any time if the temp controller trips the circuit breaker

could be the oven thermostat causing the trip as well

if Frigidaire are still in business

You will need to ask an electrician to fit a /tested used controller or new superseded part temp controller and knob

Posted on Oct 11, 2016

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