Oven had been working. Bottom element burnt out. Replaced. Now no 220 to either the top or bottom element. Would burnt in two element cause control unit to go bad. Hate to pay for new control unit if not needed.
Answer Gary, If you're sure you have 220 VAC at the terminal block on the back of the range, then you'll need to check for L2 (110 VAC) voltage in and out of the control 5701M719-60. Yes it is possible to damage the relay(s) on the ERC when or if the element "shorts" to chassis ground. You will need to be careful doing "live" voltage tests at the ERC. At connector P3 (red wires) pin 3 and 4 are power in. check for 110 VAC from each wire to chassis ground, no voltage reading, no L2 power from terminal block, you'll need to check for damaged wires. with a bake selection made pin #2 (red) should have 110 VAC to chassis ground and pin#1 (red/white) should have 110 VAC when broil selected. No voltage would indicate the L2 relay on the ERC was damaged when the element shorted, and will need to be replaced.
My indicator light stays on constantly which has become very annoying and unsafe.I am beginning to suspect the control panel.Any ideas?
If it is the surface indicator light that is staying on then the problem would more than likely be one of the infinite switches that is faulty.