My Whirlpool double oven intermittently powers off uncommanded. The display panel goes blank. Power can be restored by pressing anywhere on the control panel. The oven will "beep" and the display returns. No fault codes are displayed. Other than this annoying problem the oven functions properly.
It sounds like the time of day feature has been turned off to the oven. To turn it back on you will want to push and hold the clock button for 5 seconds. This should turn the time of day on and keep it on. If this does not resolve the issue then you will want to replace the control board of the unit due to internal failure of the transformer on it.
Unsure what part needs replacing. Top and bottom element heats, but not hot enough to cook biscuits. I noticed that the heat light comes on, but only for about 30-40 seconds, then goes off. Back on in about same amount of time, but off again in usually a min. or less. It's a Whirlpool smooth surface stove. Thanks for your assistance.
Answer Hello J.,
This usually means that one leg of voltage has been dropped. You could have a bad breaker, bad wiring between the breaker and the unit, or a component inside the unit has failed such a thermostat or relay on the board. I would be a lot better assistance with the model number of your unit so I can pull the wiring diagram. This would show me the components in the circuit and enable me to advise you of the test points to properly troubleshoot your unit.
Whirlpool/Black Double oven is showing no LED's - Top. Light comes on and all the buttons beep. I have shut it off for 10 minutes - no change.
The buttons beep and Light comes on for top/bottom. Once the oven started (without LED) and then it immediately stopped...
So, is the control board gone or is it the Thermal fuse on the bottom or the Fuse on the top. Doesn't sound like the control board.. Any help would be appreciated...
If the control beeps when you hit the buttons but there is no display then you will want to check the transformer. There should be 120 vac going into the transformer and your test points for the transformer are on the control board Connector P16 pins 5 to 7 for 120 vac. Then check P16 pins 2 to 3 for 12 to 24 vdc. If there is power into the transformer but no power out then the transformer is faulty. If there is no power to the transformer then the control board is the issue.
My built in cabinet oven won't heat up and the digital display does light up. What's wrong with my oven. Thanks.
Answer Hello Boss. Check and see if the control panel fuse 4451042 is bad. If so, replace it. If not, and there is power coming to the board, but no display, you will need to replace the control 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