The top element (broil) stopped working as we were using it yesterday. I removed the element today, and it has good continuity at 24 ohms. But the voltage at the push-on terminals (with element removed) ranges from 1 to 4 volts after the broil timer has clicked on.
Sounds like a defective relay to me, but I'd like to make sure that I do not have to have the element connected to get a good voltage reading.
ANSWER Frustrated baker,
Yes, based on the information it does sound like the relay is faulty on the control board. To get a good check go to the clock assembly and test from L1 to broil with unit set for broil. If you do not have 240 vac then the clock is bad and would need to replace the clock.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, March 06, 2013