We had a power outage, and the following day when we attempted to fire up the oven, the control panel was not illuminated. The lights in the oven work, but when you attempt to turn the oven on, you just get a series of beeps. Beeps sound like: One - two, three, four, five.
Thanks for the help
Based on the description it sounds like the low voltage transformer has failed and would need to be replaced. The way to test this is check at the main control board from connector p16 pins 5 to 7 for 120 vac and if there is voltage then check from pin 2 to 3 on the same connector for 12-24 vdc. If no power then the issue is the transformer 9760587.
The oven continues to blow fuse ( 9759242 thermal cutoff) when run through self cleaning cycle. I have replaced it twice. How do I fix the problem?
Answer Hello Eric. Check and make sure the cooling fan [AP3079434 is working on the unit. If not, it will cause the issue you are having with the unit.
Where is and how do I change out the Thermal fuse for this oven?
Answer Hello Michael. 9759242 is located on the back of the unit. You need to disconnect the power and pull the unit out and remove the back panel to access and replace the fuse on the unit.
Have no power to light up board. Was thinking I might need to check fuses. How can I do this? I thought the main board was bad and sent it in to be repaired. I put it in and still no power to light the borad up.. Any suggestions
Answer Hello Steve. If you test behind the fuse, and then in front of the fuse, If it reads behind, but not in front, the fuse is bad. Access the board and place the red lead on P19-1 and the Black on P19-3. Then test in front and behind the fuse, leaving the red lead on the P19-1. 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