Hello, I have change the clock, but still the same problem. It gives an f30 code and the oven doesn't work. Please can you help me?
Answer Hello Victor, The F30 code means the temperature probe has an open circuit. It could be the probe or control board but probably not. There is two thermal overload switches in this circuit which may be tripped. One is located in back of range and the other is located in the front near right burner knob. Find these two switches and press the red button on them to see if it clicks and resets. Hope this helps.
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The clock goes blank, when I turn a burner knob on, the clock comes back on showing power failure. After a few seconds I can reset the clock and the oven would work again, then shut off if the door is opened. This has been getting progressively worse until today when nothing is working at all not even the burners. I can get the display to light up but I get no heat in oven or on stove top. Then everything goes blank again. I have tested the power and it is fine, there are no loose or frayed wires. No error codes ever come up on the display. Thanks
Answer Hello Dan,
This sounds like a poor electrical connection. Start at the power cord prongs. If there is a burned spot on any of the prongs, the power cord and the wall outlet will need to be replaced. Next go to the terminal block where the cord attaches to the unit. With the unit unplugged, check for any connection being discolored or loose. If no problems are found, try turning the breaker off and back on. This way you can feel of the breaker to see if it may be an issue, (a bad breaker will not be stiff and snap back and forth like the other breakers but will feel weak). One of these will be the issue since it is affecting both the surface and the clock. You see, the power supplies split at the terminal block and the surface element circuits are completely separate from the clock/bake/broil circuits from that point on.