My convection wheel doesn't turn. What part do I need to order?
Answer Hello Vicki. Test and see if there is power coming to the convection fan motor. If so, and it does not run, you will need to replace the convection fan motor 74011173. 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
My oven will not get hot. When I select bake or any other options that has to do with using my oven to cook with acts as if it is going to start and then it kicks off showing on the display as if an error has occurred. I have checked the elements. I have checked all the switches I could find. I checked the fan for convection bake and it all seems to be fine. What am I missing? Please help
Answer Joe, You're missing voltage to the elements, from the ERC/Clock 74008658. When you select a bake or broil cycle, the relays on the control close and supply 220-240 VAC to the elements, and they should heat. You'll need to be careful, and remove the elements or open the back of the range, disconnect the wires from the elements attach your meter lead to a chassis ground, make a bake or broil selection and check each of the wire terminals on the end of the wire for 120 VAC. you'll need to trace your voltage back to the ERC, to determine which wire is broken or which relay does not close.