My oven clicks to turn on the heat, but wont stay on to heat the oven. And when it does light up the heat doesn't stay high
Answer Holly, You didn't mention an issue with the Broil burner. If it is working correctly, then the issue is most likely in the DSI spark module W10331686 The "re ignition" circuit in the control is weak and or malfunctioning and not allowing the burner to re ignite during the bake cycle
I have a Whirlpool Gas oven, approx 5 yrs old, Model # #SF362LXTS0.
This gradually started over a 1 month period. The oven ignites, heats up and then cuts out. The broiler works, the range top works without issues... It's just the oven.
I had tested the temp probe with my multi meter, I was getting 0 for ohms, when I should be reading approx 1100 ohms, I even cut the jacket back a bit and still came up with 0. So I bought a new temp probe, which ohms fine..
with the new probe, it does stay lit a bit longer (15 -25 min) , but cuts out still.
Can anyone please help direct me to where I should be looking next?
Gas valve / Circuit Board / or the ignitor-gas burner..
My oven's gas burner has the ignitor riveted to the side, IT IS NOT the heater element type, looks more like what you have on your grill outside..
I appreciate all your thoughts , suggestions and efforts....
Answer Hello Jim. If it shuts off and never lights back, you will need to replace the control board on the unit. It should cycle on and off to regulate the temp once the unit has preheated.
stove top works and .the broiler works. when the oven comes on you can hear the spark igniteor try three time and cycle out.
This is not consistant sometimes the oven works and sometimes it doesn't.
Answer Kevin, since the issue is intermittent, and it seems to apply to the bake burner ignition you'd need to suspect the DSI spark module,W10331686. The re ignition circuit in the control board for the bake burner is probably weak and intermittent.
My oven turn on if you put in on Bake for 350 degrees if you set up time for 30 minutes the burner wont shut off stays on continousley and burn every thing any ideas.
You will want to test you oven sensor to make sure that the sensor is good. You should have a resistance value of 1090 ohms at room temperature and if not then the sensor is faulty and would need to be replaced.
The oven will not turn on, or pre heat. There is no clicking.
Answer Hello Don. If there is power from the board W10114384 to the module W10331686 but no spark, replace the module. No power from the board, replace the board. 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
Oven burner wont stay lit after ignitor qiuts clicking.
The issue with the gas not staying lit or relighting would be caused by a faulty safety valve W10602001 which would need to be replaced.
hello,my oven and broil do not work,surface burners work,control panel works like it normally does,makes clicking noise and thats it oven does not start,no gas smell,thanks for your help
You will want to check the oven safety valve for 216 ohms of resistance. If the unit igniters are clicking but no gas then this is most likely the issue. If there is not 216 from bake to common or from broil to common then the valve would need to be replaced.
The top burners work fine. The broiler stopped working, then the oven stopped working. I hear a click in the panel, then two consecutive clicks in the oven, but no gas, no gas smell. Should I start by replacing the oven ignite thingy?
Answer Love Joy,
You will need to check voltage to the spark module when the unit is turned on to bake. On the spark module you will need to check for 120 vac between J1-6 and J1-4 pins on the spark module. If there is not 120 vac then the spark module is bad. You will then want to check for DC voltage between Pins J1-1 and J1-2 which is for bake for between 8-18VDC. If there is not 8-18vdc then the spark module is bad. If there is not correct voltage then the spark module is bad. If there is between 8-18 vdc then you will need to replace the safety valve. 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