Three out of four Cooking range elements do not heat up.
I have changed all Four cooking range Heating elements.
Answer Hello Chad. Check and make sure all of your wiring to the switches is good. If so, you will need to replace the three switches not working on the unit.
If the terminal block burnt out, do I need a new power cord?
Answer Hello Sue. Yes, if the terminal block burnt, you will need to replace the power cord on the unit as well.
I need to quote 5000 pieces of this product (5304409888). May you extend a quotation including shipping to Cuenca-Ecuador. Thanks
Answer Hello Diego. Unfortunately, we are unable to ship outside of the US or Puerto Rico at this time. We will need a US physical address to ship parts to.
My oven just quit heating. Could it be the thermal fuse or heat blocker or or control board.
Answer Hello Mike. First check the element in the oven. If good, replace the control board.
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Making nachos, pan under the broiler, attention wanders...
Fire in oven, nachos charcoal, oven messy. Used self-cleaning function, all good...except 2 of the oven indicator lights (oven on, preheat) do not work; the door locked light functions just fine as does the temp display and other indicator lights. Don't know if temp is accurate, as I don't have an oven thermometer. Top element works on both hi and lo settings, as does lower element.
Seems like the sensor probably needs to be replaced, no? Or at least that's the place to start?
The oven sensor may indeed be faulty and can be tested by doing a resistance check on it and the reading at room temp should be 1090 ohms. With the oven on and preheat lights not working it could be a bad control board that is causing this issue. The starting point would be the oven sensor though.
Oven wall unit.....won't heat past 315 degrees. Top element working fine turn to broil works fine bottom element not working bought new element still not working checked wire connections in back. Connections good no discolorations. I am lost I read diagram top element and bottom one are tied together in some fashion. what now?
The bake and broil are tied in together by the L2 circuit but in order for either of them to operate the relay in the control must work properly. There are individual relays for both, a bake and broil. If the bake relay has failed the broil will continue to work but the bake element will not. This relay would be part of the oven control board 318010700. Unfortunately this control board has been discontinued by the manufacturer with no replacement available.