In self clean mode, runs about 20 minutes then shuts down. Error code F3E2
Answer Hello Bob. Oven temp too high
(over 301°C [575°F] in Cook mode) 1. Check sensor connection.
2. Measure sensor resistance (1080W at 21°C [70°F]; add 2W per degree).
If resistance is not valid, replace sensor.
3. If sensor resistance and connections are good, then the oven cavity temperature
must have exceeded a safe level. Check for welded-closed relays on the control.
My oven turns on but will not warm up or get hot. What part do you think it needs?
Answer Hello Tanya. Check and make sure there is 240 volts coming to the unit. If so, you will need to check the wiring and make sure it is good, and the thermal overload 9759243 on the unit. 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
owen bake and broiler not worcing on gs445lems4
Answer Nikola, Can you hear or see the bake or broil igniters in the oven clicking or sparking ? You may have a failed DSI spark module W10331686 or gas valve W10293048. You'll need to get a multi meter and test the circuits and voltages to the components.First thing, check and make sure the power cord is attached to a properly polarized and grounded 120 VAC outlet. A proper ground is very important for the range to operate properly.Then you'll... more need to make several tests at the gas distribution valve. You'll need a multi meter to test voltage and resistances. At the valve body terminals, with the wires labeled and remove from the middle terminal to each of the outer terminals, you should read 215 ohms resistance. With the wires reconnected, when you select the bake cycle, you should have a reading of 8 to 18 VDC across the red and orange wires. When you make a broil selection you should have the same 8 to 18 VDC,across the orange and blue wires. If all checks are proper(within 10%) repalce the oven bake and broil igniter. Here's a link to meter usage should you need it
Hello could some one help me with this Question? I have an Whirlpool 1999 Models GMC275PDQ Electric combination oven and microwave. when I Turn on the oven 325. and It goes up by self all the way to 500 Hundreds could some one tell me what wrong with it Thanks,Mark
Answer Hello Mark,
You will want to test the oven sensor W10131825 on the unit. You will want to do a resistance check and the resistance should be 1090 ohms at room temp. If you are not getting this reading then the oven sensor is bad and would need to be replace.d If you are getting a good reading then you would need to replace main control board.
The top oven will not get hot either using bake or broil. Already replaced the elements.
Answer Hello Bob,
You will want to access the back of the unit. There is a thermal disc there that you would want to test for continuity. If there is no continuity then you will need to replace the thermal fuse 9759242.
My oven will not maintain cooking temperature. During cooking cycle, the igniture will click but will not ignite. This does not happen during every cooking cycle. Repairman says we need a 9763716, 9760229, 9762794, and W10131825. For a 5.5 yr old unit this seems excessive. Seems as though they are replacing everything possible to just resolve my issue. Thoughts?
Answer Hello Ken,
You can check most of these parts using a voltmeter. The oven sensor W10131825 you can test at room temperature. You should read 1090 ohms at room temperature. The oven safety valve 9763716 you can test by checking the solenoids on the valve. You should have 216 ohms between broil and common and between bake and common. You can test the spark ignitor for between 3.2 ad 3.6 amps when trying to light oven. If all of these things check ok then you would want to check wiring from each component to back to control board and make sure that there are no broken or damaged wires.
Do I need to remove the oven from the wall to replace the oven temp sensor. I just replaced the thermal fuse i purchased from you and the oven now works. However I'm concerned that if I use the self clean function again it will blow the thermal fuse again unless I replace the oven temp sensor. Could you give me your thoughts and can I install the sensor without removing the oven. Thanks Russ Brooks
Answer Russel, Yes you should be able to replace the oven temp. sensor W10131825, without removing the oven from the wall. Remove the oven door, remove the racks, then remove the two(2) mounting screws and slowly extract the sensor and harness from the cavity. An oven temp. sensor is not usually the reason for an "open" thermal fuse on an oven, it's usually due to improper air movement around or in the wall oven. We will send you some information with the other checks you'll need to make and corrections needed.