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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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Preheat lights come on but the oven wont preheat.
Answer Hello Jerry. Test for power to the element from the control board. If none is there, you will need to replace the control board in the unit. 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
The preheat light comes on but the oven will not heat.
Answer Hello Jerry,
Flip the breaker off and back on first. If trying the unit again and it heats, the issue was a loss of the second leg of 120Vac. If the surface units work the voltage will not be the issue but the problem will most likely be either a bad bake element 316202200 or a bad control 316207529.
Screen is out broil light stays lit but broiler is not on, no way to control the oven. Would replacing the control board resolve this issue? -stove top works fine-
Answer Alicia, Yes, Based on the post description, the issue is in the Clock / ERC 316207529, you may also want to consider the "overlay" 316220804 they have a tendency to wrinkle and bend when transferred from the original clock to the replacement clock, unless you're very careful.
I told you in my last e-mail that my oven buttons come on but neither elements work and that my clock works. You told me that if i am getting 240 volts across bake and L1 that my control board was bad. Did you possibly get that backwards? I don't get anything and I have checked both elements and anything else that I know to check and think the only thing left is the control panel?
If you are not getting 240 vac from bake to L1 with bake turned on, then you will want to then check from Bake to neutral. If there is power there then the control is bad and would need to be replaced. If there is no power then you will want to check the circuit back from the control board through the element, if there is a high limit, and to the L2 on the terminal block. You can test this side with the control board in the off position as there should be 120 vac coming to this side of the circuit.
When I press the oven or broiler button it comes on for a few seconds and then goes off and neither element heats up; the clock works!
You will want to check to see if the control board is getting 240 vac between bake and L1 when the unit is turned onto bake. If it is then the control board 316207529 is bad and would need to be replaced.