Can you all rebuild it or is there some other way to fix it? Problem: The top element will not heat and it is not the element. I had it tested and the repairman said it was the relay. Sears says it is the control board! Which one is right? If it is the control board, what is the price for repairing it? Sears claims that I need a repairman to take it out. What do you all say?
Answer Hello Richard,
You will need to contact corecentricsolutions.com and ask if they support board part number 318010700. If they do, you can send it to them for remanufacture. As far as your other questions, it is most likely a relay on the board, so the repairman and Sears are both correct. You should be able to remove the board yourself but you will need to take several pictures from different angles before removing the wiring so you can hook it back up without consulting a technician.
Oven door open but will not shut and display says locked.
Answer Hello Chuck,
Sometimes you can actuate one of the micro switches on the door lock assembly until it cycles half way around and this will re-time the lock mechanism to the clock. If this does not work, the door lock 318095956 or the clock assembly 318010700 has an issue.
Where can I purchase a controller board 318010700 for a Frigidaire wall oven?
Answer Hello Derek. This part has been permanently discontinued by the manufacturer and we don't know of any source or replacement for the part.
Oven clock works fine timer works fine but oven will not heat have checked cooking elements they are fine and the thermostat what else should I check before buying new clock panel.
To make sure that the clock is bad you would access the clock and check from L1 to bake with the control set for bake. If you do not have 240 vac then the part is bad and will need to be replaced.