Where can I find a clock/oven control assembly? Part # H-405.
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The oven broiler element does not heat up. I measured the voltage across the leads and only show 30 volts. I think the T08 module may be bad. But at over $100 dollars I want to be sure. Any ideas?
Answer Hi Bob. First of all, remove power. Unhook one broil element lead and ohm across the element. It should read 28-38 ohms, closed circuit not open. Then test each terminal to ground individually to make sure it is not shorted either. If it is open then replace the element part # WB44K10002. Then plug in one wire to the test lead from the clock and isolate for safety. Plug unit back in. Command broil. Put meter remaining test lead on the side of the element hooked up from the clock. This will allow you to "live " test the clock 240 vac output. You need at least 238 vac. If not then the wiring or clock output is bad. Clock is part # WB27K10026. Thank you.
The lights are not on the light panel, and the oven is not working. What could be the problem?
Answer Hello Cassandra. Test and see if there is power coming to the control WB27K10026. If so, and the control does not work, you will need to replace the control. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. Hope this helps. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html