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  1. File Name: Miele H350 Oven Service Manual File Submitter: DurhamAppliance File Submitted: 23 Aug 2014 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper SERVICE MANUAL /TECHNICAL INFORMATION H350, H373 & H387 Ovens Click here to download this file
  2. Replaced both igniters, then replaced both burner tubes. Burner tubes performed to manufacturer guidelines right out of the box, - right size flame and all blue. Six operating hours later left side sputter sound, flame is in the burner tube. Noisy partial burn Flame originating at nozzle where Tube is inserted. Thank you.
  3. Hi Everyone Yesterday my oven (Samet - basic model built in) was stuck on 115 degrees C. I had it on normal top & bottom element setting. After a while I put the grill function on and it eventually exceeded 120 (after more than 1 hour in total. I figured the bottom element might not be working so the putting the grill on helped it to increase in temp. After some online searching I removed the oven and tested the bottom element for continuity... nothing. And it looks pretty beat up with holes in and deformed. So I think it's safe to say it needs to be replaced. What concerns me is when I switched the oven from grill to bottom element (yesterday) the temp proceeded to increase past the 120 mark I set it to. When I turned the know higher it only switched off past 150, so it heated 30 degrees and climbing past the intended temp. This concerns me as another person with the same cheap model over caught fire. The temp sensor only has a copper wire running from it, to where it connects to the control board, so I'm unsure how to test it. As the other tests from temp probes online shows two wires in order to test the Ohm rating. I'll order the element so long tomorrow, just want to figure out what caused the overheating also. It's a basic oven, no fancy LCD's, uses turn knobs and a simple led light to show when it reaches temp by switching off.
  4. File Name: KitchenAid Oven KEMS308SSS00 Tech Sheet File Submitter: RegUS_PatOff File Submitted: 22 Jul 2013 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper KitchenAid Oven KEMS308SSS00 Repair Part List - W10121005 Tech Sheet - 8304098A Click here to download this file
  5. I have a GE JT915SOK5SS oven On bake it will only get in the range of about 250 degrees. IN convection, it will not get above 100. On Broil, it seems to work fine. I'm guessing it's the bottom element, but had the thought that it could be a sensor as well. Thought I'd post here before digging into it later today. (FWIW: I'd rate my skill level as high DIY. I've replaced parts on fridge, several on under cabinet ice maker, etc. and many electronics repairs. Oven is a first) thanks in advance.
  6. Just pulled a bad bake element out of a Kenmore electric oven 790.46893903. I have never seen anything as bad as this. The element cover (below the element in this model) had burn marks and a whole burned through. Do you think the element failed partially, drooped down and touched the cover while still partially energized until it failed completely? (Having trouble uploading pix.) Will do ASAP.
  7. Hi guys. Just trying to work out what’s happening with this Westinghouse Gas oven model no. GOR474SLP. Ive got 120v ac going to one igniter but 0v going to the next. I’ve tested it at the igniter and also at the PCB from which they both originate. Same values there as well. Do you think it’s just a faulty PCB?
  8. I have a Kenmore 790.71513400 gas range that the oven will not light. When this started I assumed it was the igniter again, I had replaced it approximately three years ago. You could hear the relay snap after setting the oven temperature on the panel, but the igniter would not glow. I replaced the igniter, but it still does not glow/light. Again, you hear the relay snap, but that is it. I took apart the igniter wiring to check for bad connections or corrosion, and the smaller spade terminal on the gas safety valve didn't look too good. All of that is cleaned up now. I have not checked for voltage, would that be my net step?
  9. The oven on our DCS RG-304 Gas Range (using Propane) is not heating properly. The top burners and broiler seem to be working fine. The oven bake burner igniter is heating up to glowing quickly when the oven is set to a bake temperature. After about 6 minutes the gas will kick on and light. After a few minutes of firing the gas will go off, but apparently short of the desired temperature, and the oven (preheating) lamp doesn't go off. At some point the gas seems to kick back on, but either doesn't light again or lights low and switches back off. I've followed the troubleshooting guide as best I could through the first few stage - igniter working, power flowing to the thermostat (I think - I borrowed a volt/ohm meter but wasn't entirely sure I was touching all the right connections to test power and continuity). I started to remove the service access panel to test the thermal valve but the panel was getting hard to remove and I wanted to get some advice first. From all I've read, it seems that the igniter is getting amps but not enough to keep the gas valve open? The ignitor part number is 211541P and takes 3.2 - 3.7 amps and costs around $100. I ordered a Frigidaire 5303935066 which has same appearance, says it has same Amp range, and was about $20. Will this work? Will it fry quickly? Other advice on likely problem? One update: I got an amp meter and tried to test it and after I tried that it appears that the igniter burned out completely. Is that co-incidence or did my errant manner of checking with the meter somehow burn it out? NB: I am on an island off the Maine Coast, so in-person service is a real problem!
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    PUB W10796081 Rev B For models WOD51EC7AB04, WOD51EC7AS04, WOD51EC7AW04, W10796081, WOD51EC0AB04, WOD51EC0AS04, WOD51EC0AW04
  11. The hinges on the range are bent. Need a tech sheet to understand the hinge
  12. Hello appliance enthusiasts, yesterday we bought a GE oven at a flea market in Chicago for $180 - looked new. We brought it home and up our staircase and installed it. The range worked great and the oven turned on right away. I made some frozen Kale Puffs in the oven and it worked great. I turned the oven off. I was happy because our old oven has not been working for some time, so then I went to make another frozen treat - a samosa wrap - in the oven. I set the timer on the oven for 50 minutes and walked away. The timer went off 50 minutes later and I came back to find the samosa wrap cold. The oven would not turn on! I turned it off and on again and unplugged and plugged in the the electrical cord several times. Even this morning - the range works great - I made scrambled eggs - but the oven will not turn on. The light turns on but I see no evidence of the fire starting beneath the oven when I turn the oven nob. Strange because this is the same problem our old oven had - the range turned on but not the oven. Can you advise me on how to troubleshoot this? Friendsgiving is this Thursday! thank you very much, benG
  13. Hi Appliantologists - I've got a Gaggenau double wall oven (Series 100), Model EB194610, guessing about 15 years old. The door lock latches to pull open the doors have gotten very stiff, to the point where the handles broke off! (Oh joy, $120x2 for Part Number 00157481, the handle bracket parts, I may try to weld it or machine something from stainless). First dumb question - How do I slide the oven out of the wall? Is there a lever somewhere to open, or a series of screws? The owners guide doesn't show details, and I haven't been able to find an install/removal guide online. Everything is geared to the newer 200/400 series now... Parts diagram hasn't cleared it up for me either. Second one - I'm guessing it's the mechanical lock that is either stiff, or has gotten so worn that there's a shark's tooth profile that doesn't release the door's roller latch easily. This lock is part 00299830, $123 for each oven, and out of stock at Gaggenau USA. If I can get the oven out, I'm guessing I need to remove the side panel to get at this? I can try lubricating it, or grinding out the worn portion that curves backwards. Otherwise replacement handle brackets will fail again as my wife pulls open the door with all her might! I'm not a pro appliance repair person, so it seems I can't join the site as a pro member, but am very comfortable maintaining & improving our home (just installed several mini split air source heat pumps and upgraded the house with a 200A circuit breaker panel). Any help would be great, and would be glad to throw a few bucks towards the site (or homebrew too...). Thanks everyone!
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  15. Whirlpool RBS245PDB12 Oven Tech Sheet - 4451884 - Rev A. View File PUB 4451884 - Rev A Submitter Captain Dunsel Submitted 10/18/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  16. Can you all help me with a manual or any service information for a dacor double wall oven Model MOV230S? Thanks Chris
  17. Anyone know the value of R1? (resistor near the black potter brumfield relay on the oven control board)
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  19. GE CGS995EEL1D Double Oven Minimanual View File 31-17272-1 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 05/16/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  20. My oven will not turn on. There are blue blinking lights that indicate the error code. The left light which says oven blinks twice. Then the right light which says heating blinks once. Does anyone know what error code this is so I can order a part.
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