Clock and all the lights work, but the burners don't work. Same thing with the oven. It was working fine this morning.
You will want to look at the power supply and look for power loss starting at that point. The issue sounds like you lost the L2 feed to the unit either from the breaker box or the plug in where the cord plugs up. The issue could also be a bad terminal block.
Bulb broke off in oven, forgot to unplug while trying to get bulb out and it caused the oven to not work. What do I need to replace and can I do it myself?
If the control board is not working after the trying to get the bulb out then it sounds like the control board may need to be replaced. The oven light is in line of the control board. Aside from checking the breakers the other cause would be a failed control board.
The burners and the internal heating elements have stopped working. All indicators on the control panel (clock/cooking controls/surface temperature indicators, etc.) are active. What might cause this scenario?
Starting at one either the bake or broil element or one of the switches, you will want to check for 120 vac on the L2 side back to the terminal block. You can also check at the terminal block to make sure that there is 240 vac across the 2 outer terminals and then check from each outer to the center for 120 vac. You are loosing one leg of power coming into the unit. The leg you are loosing is the L2 side which you will need to determine where you are loosing this side at.
Bake setting will not ignite. Broil setting will ignite. Have already replaced igniter assembly. What part is suggested to get Bake settings operational.
Answer Hello David,
You would want to do a resistance check on the control valve to make sure that the valve is good. When you check across the bake to broil terminals you should have 216 ohms resistance. If you do not have proper resistance tehn you would need to replace the control valve WB21T10014. 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