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Q - My range has a fault code flashing in the display, what does it mean?
A - Please see the common codes linked here.
Q - My surface element has to be "jiggled" or pushed in to make it work....what may be wrong ?
A - Modern surface elements are plug in....the element plugs into a receptacle. The connection between the element ends and the receptacle can become loose or burnt. Remove the element and check out the end connectors, and with a flashlight look at the receptacle condition. If the ends of the element or the receptacle look pitted or burnt = replace them. Picture help below.
Q - My electric oven is dead, is there anything that I could check ?
A - Yes, if both elements, the bake and broil are not working...some simple things to check before calling for service.
Q - Except for the lights my entire range is out....what can I check ?
A - This normally means you have lost something in the main power...check -
Q - My oven temp is out...is there any way of adjusting it ?
A - Yes, please see the oven temp section for some common ways to adjust your range temp on an electronic controlled oven.
For a standard controlled oven please see this oven temp section.
Q - My surface element will not lower down and stay on high heat only?
A - The switch control is bad and needs to be replaced.
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