The 110V broiler element does not work on my oven. I ordered a new element and replaced it and it still does not work. What else could be wrong?
ANSWER Bubba, You may have a broken or damaged blue or white wire to the element, or a faulty relay on the ERC / Clock 5760M305-60. If you have access to a multimeter, you can remove the element, attach the meter leads to the wire terminals, and select a broil setting, you should read 120VAC across the wires, if not you'll need to check the wires for damage and breaks. Then check the E/BR terminal on the back of the ERC for 120 VAC to chassis ground when broil is selected, no 120 VAC would indicate a faulty relay and you'll need to replace the ERC.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, November 09, 2012