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    • Part Number: AP2584987
    • MFG Part Number: 5304409888
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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When I turn on the oven the temp will climb to 400+ (the thermostat was set at 300). Also when you go to turn the power off(pressing the off button) the oven will stay on.

Joe for Model Number FEF402BWA

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I have a glasstop Frigidaire stove, model number fefl68gma. The terminal block on the left side, black wire, has melted away from the block. From what I have been reading, there must have been a loose connection. My terminal block looks different than the one pictured for my replacement part. I had six places for wires and yours only has 3. Would it be ok to connect the wires from the plug to these as well? They would have a tighter connection. They were connected with screws on my terminal block, and I tried to tighten them as tight as I could, however, they seemed like they were to long or something. They would not tighten down all the way. What would you suggest I do? None of my plug wires are melted. Would you recommend I get a new one? I guess you're referring to them as pigtails. It just has a little melted plastic on it. Could I sand that off? Please help!

Texas Wolf for Model Number FEFL68GMA

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Bottom heating element is not working, broil element working fine. Replaced bottom heating element but still not working? Replaced digital control pad about 4 or 5 years ago.

Melissa for Model Number FEF368CCSC

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The top burners on my Kenmore stove work fine, but the control panel does not light up and the oven does not work ?

Sharon N. for Model Number 79095684301

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The oven heats up slow,and does not heat up past 260 to 280 degrees. The broiler is fine,as is the stove top. Clock/timer seem ok too. What could be causing the oven temp not to rise past 280? Thanks for your help!

Chris for Model Number FEF368CCSC

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The hot wire (red) side of the pigtail and the hot side of the terminal block melted completely in two. It looks as if something from the convection fan has run down and hit this terminal. Is this possible and is it safe to replace insulator block and new pigtail. Funny thing, we don"t use the convection part of the oven. Do you have pigtails to order?

L.w.g. for Model Number GLEFS77CSB

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Broil and bake elements do not work. Stove top works fine but oven does not heat up.

Courtney for Model Number FEF336ECE

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We moved the Kenmore stove. When we put it back in place, one part of the three part connection in the terminal shorted and melted. I often could smell something hot/melting when using the oven. We have ordered the replacement. The breaker on the circuit board for the house did not trip. Will replacing the terminal make the stove safe to use or are there other things to cause concern?

Bj for Model Number 790.94102700

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Niether oven element or broil element gets hot. The stovetop works fine clock works and oven light works.

Chris for Model Number FEF336ECE

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I have a Frigidaire Electric Range. The problem is that the part of the terminal block where the hot wire attaches has melted out of the terminal block and continues to get red hot when the range is in use. What could possibly be causing it and how could it possibly be fixed?

Jerry C. for Model Number fef375fsc

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