The other day my bake element blew up. It was quite a sight. My kitchen lite up like someone was welding in it. It was very clear to see that I needed a new bake element so I ordered one from your site. After replacing the element, I noticed that the oven still does not work. The electric range still functions and there is 240 volts into the unit but no oven. After taking a quick look at the wiring it appears that the next part to replace would be the clock/timer unit. Does this sound correct? Is there another part I should check first?
ANSWER Hello Stephen,
You can check the voltage for 240 vac coming out of the control board by checking from L1 to Bake. If you do not have 240 vac then you will need to replace the clock. If you do have 240 vac then you will want to trace wiring down to bake element and look for broken or damaged wiring.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, January 02, 2013