This part of my oven does not light up but the oven works. Can this part be returned if it is not what I need?
Answer Yes, you can send back the part, but you will be responsible for return shipping. Here is a link to our return policy for further details: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/customerservice/returns.aspx . Hope this helps!
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On our wall oven, the display is out, and when in use, it wont turn off unless, 1. set the bake temp to 150 and let it cool down, or 2. turn off the breaker. When set to broil none of the left side panel touch places work except the oven light, when in other settings except cleaning, only the bake spot works. All the right side spots work, just you cant see the display, except at certain times when all the lights are out and the oven is warm, then the display is very dim, but not discernible.
Answer Hello Todd. You need to order and replace the control board in the unit based on the information you provided.
Code is F1 which refers to J2 and says it has shorted. Do I need to replace control board or something else??? The meat probe which lets you know when done no longer works either. What part might I need for that? Might it be better to replace oven?
Answer Hello Robert,
You will want to check resistance of the oven sensor and the Meat probe. The oven sensor should read a resistance of 1100 ohms at room temperature and the meat probe should read resistance of approximately 18963 ohms at 122 degrees. The resistance range gets higher as the temperature deceases. At 150 degrees the resistance is 9938 ohms, and at 156.2 resistance is at 8846 ohms.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
The control display has been out for some time but the oven still works. I have noticed that the fan doesn't ever come on and i don't know if it ever has. Before i replace the control display, how do i check the operation of the fan, can it be wired to 120v direct to see if it works? i suspect the inop fan allowed the display to overheat. Also when using the oven on 400 recently i got a warning bell until the breaker was tripped and the temp went down.
Answer Ralph, to check for the display circuit, you will need to remove the control panel and access the back of the clock/erc and unplug the J1 connector( four wire/pin connector at the side of the clock back. Turn the power back on and with a multimeter check for 12 volts dc from pin 1 to pin 2 and 20 vac from pin 3 to pin 4 of the wire connector, no voltage on either test would indicate a bad main relay board 74006613 or broken wire in the wiring harness 71003404 if you have the voltage then you'd replace the ERC/Clock 71003424. as for the cooling fan, it is controlled through the resistance of the oven temperature probe and only after a speific amount of time. actually the cooling fan seldom turns on except under extended cooking period and a higher temperatures. but yes you could attach a 120 VAC test cord to the motor terminals and test the motor for run, if you wish. But please be careful, don't shock yourself or short out anything. Good Luck and Thanks