Self cleaning cycle caused it to die. No lights, no screen, didn't throw the breaker. I keep reading the same thing about the thermal fuse needing to be replaced. But when I read my ovens tech sheet it says nothing about this fuse, but it does talk about the oven shut down thermal fuse. Is this the same thing? The tech sheet then has different thermal fuse part numbers depending on "opening temp F" ? Not sure what that is. I'm assuming that my oven is the kind I'll have to pull completely out of the wall? Replacing this in the control panel would be too easy!
ANSWER Hello Andrea,
There are 3 thermal fuses for your product. One of the thermal fuses 4451354 and thermal overload 9759243 are located on the back of the unit near the elements. These are the oven shut off thermal fuses. The other thermal fuse is part of the clock assembly. You may want to check the suppressor 4451985 to make sure it hasn't blown out. Suppressor is located behind the control panel near the terminal block.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, November 14, 2012