My oven is not heating up at all. The cook top and computer seem to be functioning fine. There are no error codes displayed on the screen. I tested the elements and the thermal fuse. All work fine. Pulled out the oven sensor and my reading on that is that its bad. But it's difficult to get the multimeter prongs into the plastic connector on the sensor so I'm not sure if I'm getting an accurate reading. Would a bad sensor cause the oven to not heat on bake or broil? Thanks!
ANSWER Hello Josh,
The ohm reading on the oven sensor should be approximately 1100 at room temperature. You would also check to see if you are getting power from clock assembly to tell broil and bake to come on. Check L1 to bake and L1 to broil. Across each of these you should have 240 vac. It there is not 240vac then you have a bad clock W10108090. Test this with bake or broil on.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, December 27, 2012