We used our oven 2 days ago and now it won't come on. Everything else works. After setting the temperature, I hear the "click" but nothing happens. I was told that there was a power surge and the board went out. Can this happen, where only the oven goes out and not the range top?
Answer Hello Donna,
The wiring for the surface and the wiring for the oven compartment split at the terminal block, (where the power cord connects to the unit). So, in answer to your question, yes it can happen. You will need to check the elements, the high limit cutout (if applicable), and the relays on the control.
My oven wont fire up until I put it to 550 degrees. I have already replace the igniter. A shop said I could be the control panel.
You will want to check the oven sensor first to make sure that it has a resistance of approximately 1090 at room temp. If this checks ok then the control board 316557101 would most likely be the cause of failure.
When I try to turn on the oven the Self-cleaning door lock turns on and cycles thru then I get a error code f-1. I disconnected the power to reset it but I get the same results. Any suggestions?
Answer Hello Cesar,
1. Discontinue the electrical power to the range by unplugging the electrical cord or shutting off the circuit breaker associated with the Frigidaire range. Leave the power off for at least 30 seconds and then restore it. If the error is not cleared continue to step two.
2. Access the rear of the unit and locate the flat ribbon connector that connects the electronic range console to the main oven unit.
3. Disconnect the ribbon connector from the electronic range console by pulling out of its slot and leave it disconnected for 30 minutes. The code may be the result of an electronic condition called a checksum error and can be cleared by disconnecting it. Reconnect the ribbon connector, ensuring it is securely inserted into the slot.
4. If this doesn’t correct the issue, the electronic oven control, (clock assembly), 316207520 will require replacement to restore normal operation.
One additional note, if the clock assembly has to be replaced, you can reuse the overlay if you are careful when you remove it from the old clock assembly. Do not pull it up against the glue sharply but pull it while using a knife blade under it, wiggling the blade so the blade is forcing the glue to separate. This will prevent creasing of the overlay.
The oven in my Frigidaire FGFL67DBH stopped working. I discovered that if I banged on valve AP3879604, the oven would ignite. I replaced the valve. Then the oven would only ignite when one of the stovetop burners were on. This worked for a while, but after 6 months, if I touched the keypad at all, the oven would not stay lit. So I replaced AP4501685. Now I am back to having to turn on a stove burner for the oven to ignite.
Answer William, The place to start is the oven bake igniter 316489400 When you select a bake cycle and temp. The igniter should start to glow and produce 3.2 to 3.6 VAC or draw 3.2 to 3.6 amps on th wires to the safety valve 316404901 An even easier check, does the waist high broiler in the oven, ignite and burn properly, or do you have the same issues as the bake burner ? We take for granted, you've already checked for loose connections and damaged wiring. Another possibility, but not likely would be a gas pressure problem, or mybe even a regulator issue 316091706, since you have to turn a burner on to allow the bake burner to ignite. You would want to have your gas supply company come in and check the gas supply pressure to your range, both "static" and "under a load". Good Luck and Thanks