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billywilly

Member Since 19 Nov 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 23 2014 01:32 PM

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In Topic: Frigidaire oven zones out

16 January 2014 - 09:32 AM

Mike, Yes. Checked all. Nothing loose, discoloured, or corroded.
RegUS, Done. Everywhere from electrical panel to the three prong outlet for pigtail, to terminal strip on stove, and throughout stove where ever I could find and reach a connection, I have removed the connection, inspected it for arcing, heat discolouration, corrosion, crimp failure.
It has been working for the last few days without trouble.
If I discover anything, I will certainly post it.
Again, thanks so much for all the help with this frustrating problem.

In Topic: Frigidaire oven zones out

07 January 2014 - 02:06 PM

L-1 to neutral: 120 volts. Turning on each surface burner on high, then off, voltage drops to 118.
L-2 to neutral: 119 volts. Turning on each surface burner on high, then off, voltage remains at 119.
L-1 to neutral: 120 volts. Turning on bake to 350, voltage at 120.
L-2 to neutral: 120 volts. Turning on bake to 350, voltage at 120.
Turning on hi broil, voltage at 120.
Each surface burner was cut on, then off, before proceeding with next burner. Same with bake and broil units.

Then, with meter attached to L-1 & neutral (120 volts), cut on all surface burners on high and bake unit to 350 degrees. L-1:117.7v
Moved to L-2 and reading is 117.4 v.

Left all surface burners on high, put broiler on high. Checked voltage: L-1 = 118.5v, L-2 = 118.4v.
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Dag gummed thing is working JUST FINE! Aaaaaarrrrrrrrggggggg!
Last incident of the typical "shut down" was last night when DW opened the oven door to remove an item from the oven. As the oven door opened, the light came on, then everything cut off. The oven light went off, the heat to the bake element, the oven control panel was blank. Clock would not reset by pressing buttons. Upon turning a surface burner control knob, the clock illuminated, flashing 1200, she reset the clock, reset the temp on the oven, and was able to complete her work. No problem since then. And I have just finished all the checks suggested by Reg US.
Any comments appreciated.

In Topic: Frigidaire oven zones out

03 January 2014 - 08:41 AM

Thanks. Got a funeral, I mean wedding, to attend this weekend. Be on it when I get back.

In Topic: Frigidaire oven zones out

27 December 2013 - 09:43 AM

Budget... All burners, bake and broil elements are heating. My control panel goes blank, sometimes while cooking, sometimes when no cooking activity is occurring. Turning any surface burner on causes it to power up, clock flashing to be set. I set the clock, then have to reset the oven temp. if baking. At that point, it may continue cooking until the item is done, or it may shut down again and we repeat this process. Have to set the clock before we can reset the bake temperature. Will check L1 & L2 as suggested. Thanks.

In Topic: Frigidaire oven zones out

27 December 2013 - 09:08 AM

Mike, when it goes off, punching the pads on the control panel makes nothing happen. Turning on any one of the surface burners causes the control panel to illuminate, with the clock flashing to be set. And the burner heats when you do this. Going back to look at the internal wiring again today.
Thanks.


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