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I see you have a Frigidaire wall oven and you are searching for error codes. Do you have a specific error code that your oven is giving you? Also, could I get your model number please? With that additional information I would be able to provide you more assistance. I look forward to hearing from you. -Matt
I see that your question is listed under Frigidaire wall-oven (FEB30S5D). If both the broil and bake elements are not heating, I suggest resetting your wall-oven. This can be done by either unplugging it or flipping the household circuit breaker to the off position. I recommend waiting approximately ten minutes and then turn on your appliance. If this problem persists, then your wall-oven could possibly be experiencing a potential wring failure, or a communication problem with the EOC (Electronic Oven Control). It would be advisable to contact an experienced appliance repair tech to assist further.
Hello - I understand you are seeking a control manual for a Frigidaire Double Electric Wall Oven LEEB30T9FEA. You can download the manual to your unit here under the Timer Guide. I hope you find all the information that you need.
Hello Brent Delong - I understand you are seeking a control manual for a Frigidaire Double Electric Wall Oven LEEB30T9FEA. You can download the manual to your unit here under the Timer Guide. I hope you find all the information that you need.
We have a Frigidaire CPE30S8CC2 with the bottom bake element not working. We tried to replace it with no luck. The old element does not look burnt out at all. The timer, clock and broil all work just fine. The bake button works and you can set the temp. it just doesn't actually heat up at all. There are no knobs on the controls for any cook top. it is all on a circuit board for overn only. help?
Hello Brad, The thermostat is a small diameter appx. 6 inch long round probe it looks like this To test it for proper functionality ya need to use a multi meter capiable of reading ohms of resistiance...unplug the sensor from the wiring and place the meter leads onto the 2 wire ends of the sensor and at room temperature once the oven has been off check for between 1060-1100 ohms at the sensor if its good,if the ohms value is much higher or lower that 1060-1100 at room temp. the sensor is defective. GENE
A Frigidaire Custom Imperial double wall oven, circa 1966-1970, custom installed into brick wall needs to be replaced, in my home's kitchen. Is there a double wall oven currently available to replace the 1960's which measures less than 21 3/4 in. wide, 443/8 in. high, & 24 1/2 in. deep?