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Same situation as other two, but I have power at L2. There was a pop from oven and blew breaker. Im assuming I need a new clock? Oven and broiler wont work.
Answer Hello Doug. Check and make sure you have 240 volts coming to the range. If the correct voltage is there, make sure there is no burnt wires. If all is good, then the clock may be your problem. Hope this helps.
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The readout for the time is a bit dim, but the readout for temperature and function is barely visible in a darkened room and impossible to read in daylight. It there a solution without replacing the whole control unit?
Answer Hello Louise,
The only way to correct this is by replacing the clock assembly 318012943. I'm sorry but this part has been discontinued by the manufacturer and no satisfactory substitutions have been provided. The only choice at this point is to have the board replaced or repaired.
Went to bake rolls oven came on perfectly. Timer went off the oven warm only, now it will not heat. No code. What can be the problem? Is it the oven element
Answer Hello Karen. Test the elements they should read closed for continuity. If they are good, you will need to order and replace the control board in the unit.