After self clean was used the oven refuses to heat, I removed the upper and lower elements and checked for continuity and they checked ok. Any suggestions to try next, thermal overload, heat sensor? It sounds like some thing is clicking like a solenoid, and the latch assembly seems to be working.
Answer Hello Billy,
The first place the check is in the breaker box. Flip the breaker off and back on to ensure neither side of it is tripped. The next place to check is the thermal overload 9759243. If it tests good, the next thing to look at is the oven sensor 4451665. This should test at about 1100 ohms of resistance at about 70°F. If that tests good, the last suspect other that possible poor electrical connections, would be the microcomputer 4452240 which shows to be no longer available. If this turns out to be the case, you can contact corecentricsolutions.com to see if they support board part number 4452240.
Hi, the latch mechanism on our oven is broken and I would like to order this replacement latch. Could you tell me the right one I must buy. thank you
Answer Hello Carel! The door latch listed for your model is part number 814262. Unfortunately, this item has been discontinued with no further replacements or cross references available and our company is unaware of any other available sources. Sorry about that!
How do I remove the oven door
Answer Hello Gary. 1. Open door all the way.
NOTE: Two 5/32" (4 mm) Allen wrenches or
two nails of similar diameter may be used if
factory furnished door removal pins have
been misplaced. Be careful not to damage
porcelain finish. 2. Insert small end of a door removal pin
into each door hinge. 3. Grasp under handle and gently close
door as far as it will shut. Pull door out
at bottom to remove. 4. Set door aside on protected surface.