After doing an oven self-clean, the oven no longer heats up, either the bake element or the broil element and the oven no longer heats up when trying to do another self-clean. The control panel seems to work OK, just no heating of any of the elements.
You will want to first check to make sure that there is power. Access the control board and check from L1 to bake to see if you are getting 240 vac with the unit set to bake. If you are then your control board is bad and will need to be replaced. If not then you will want to check to make sure that the thermal fuse is not open.
No power on panel have power going to it but nothing works should I change board or could the thermal overload cause this and should I change it first. Don't want spend money if I dont need to.
If the control board has power getting to it then the thermal overload would not be the problem. You can test the thermal overload by doing a continuity test. No continuity means that it is bad but your problem will be in the control unit.
What will cause the 4451442 thermal fuse to blow?
Answer Hello Robert. You need to check and see if the relay is stuck causing the element to stay on and blow the fuse. If so, you will need to replace the control in the unit.
What tools or materials will I need to replace Part number 97599243?
Answer Hello Randy,
To change the thermal over load you would need either a phillips head screw driver or a 1/4" hex head. Remove the rear panel from range. Overload is on the back of unit. May need needle nose pliers to take wires off thermal.
All 120V parts seem to work, clock, fan, light, temperature indicator. This is a range with smooth stovetop and single oven. Controls are on the front above the oven door. No elements work at all inclucing all stovetop elements and top and bottom elements in stove. I thought I'd check the front panel with the circuit board, but it appears that the thermal overload fuse is not there. Is this fuse in the back of the oven? Also, where exactly is the temperature probe in relation to the thermal overload fuse? Thanks
Answer Hello Lida,
While the thermal fuse is normally located in the back of the unit, it controls voltage for the bake compartment and not the surface elements. I would check a the terminal block first and if there isn't a wire off back there, there should be a molex connector under the cook top that has most likely lost connection.
The temperature probe is a separate circuit from the circuit that the thermal overload is in. The temperature probe connects directly to the control where the control reads the information sent and the overload is in the circuit in line with the heating elements for the bake compartment.
As an important note to any one troubleshooting a range, the bake compartments are always wired separately from the surface elements and when one fails, it is usually no relation to the others' operation.