Hi, Not sure on the relay boards. I see two part numbers. Is one for the top and one for the bottom or are they serial# specific. I have no voltage to the bake element in the top oven.
Answer Hello John! Relay board 318022002 is used for the upper oven. Relay board 318022001 is used for the lower oven. If you are not getting voltage to the bake element on the upper oven only and the electronic board is accepting the commands you will need to replace the relay board 318022002. Hope this helps!
3 people found this answer helpful.
When I turn on the oven, it goes to the preheat screen and then it turns off. If I make multiple attempts, usually I can make it work. Which part would eliminate this problem?
Answer Hello Fred,
If the issue is with the lower oven, you will need to order the relay board 318022001. If it is the upper oven, you will need 318022002. If both bake compartments are giving this symptom, you will need to check the breaker and the power connections in the junction box at the units' power connection.
Both the top and bottom oven have stopped working. The bottom oven will heat, but will not maintain proper temp. We replaced the control panel and nothing changed. What should be our next step.
Answer Hello Brett. Make sure both elements are working in the lower oven. If so, you may have a bad temp sensor 316490001 in the lower oven. If nothing is working on the top oven, you will need to check and make sure the thermal switch 318004900 is not tripped on the unit. If you press in on the red button, and it clicks, it was tripped. Also, it should read closed for continuity. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html If it is good, you will test for power from the relay board. If there is no power going to the elements from the board, replace the relay board on the unit.
When using the top oven at a high temp (450°F+) and attempting to use the lower oven at an equal or lesser temp (regular and convection) the lower oven will stop working and I get an F2 or F5 flashing on the display. The repair guy told us to replace the whole oven but I think it must be simpler than that.
Answer Hello Cheryl,
Being a repair technician, there is no way I would replace the oven unless the part needed turns out to be out of production. Try this chart and see what you fault code turns out to be.
Frigidaire Range / Stove / Oven Fault CodesFailure CodeFault Code DescriptionSolution F0 Electronic oven control failure Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock). F1 Electronic oven control failure Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock). F2 Oven temperature too hot Check and replace oven temperature sensor (RTD). F3 Open oven temperature sensor (RTD) Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok. F4 Shorted oven temperature sensor (RTD) Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok. F5 Electronic oven control failure Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock). F6 Electronic oven control failure Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock). F8 Oven door lock failure Check lock relay and door switches.
Let us know if further assistance is needed!
On one of the 2 control boards (Part Number: AP2127301) the bus plug on the board is much bigger than the bus that plugs into the board. Where do I place the plug?
Answer Hi Aaron. You Are talking about the upper oven control board. Part # 318022001. It appears that it is a 15 pin connection. You need to look carefully at the wire harness connector and corrugate the #1 pin. You need to make sure it aligns correctly to the #1 on the board. On either side , there is no # 2 pin. This will help decipher the # 1 pin , skip(32), # 3 pin so on and so forth. The wiring diagram is behind the controls or under the top folded in a packet assy. You may have wire connector for the lower oven trying to be plugged into the upper oven board. Upper relay board is part # 318022002. The lower relay board is part # 318022001. Thank You.
My top oven stopped heating. This happened one other time and something on the #1 relay board had to be replaced. Any ideas?
Answer Hi Kim. You may be better off getting a qualified service technician from the local yellow pages. It may save you time and money because the boards usually last a few years. And you have 2 of these boards (one for the upper, one for the lower). Upper relay board is part # 318022002. The bake element should ohm out between 11-28 ohms, not open or 0 ohms. Upper bake element is part # 318255100. You could have a open oven thermostat located on the back of the oven cavity. Part # 318004900. Make sure you have proper 120/240 vac to the unit terminal block and all connections are tight. Thank You.