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Hello,

 

My Frigidaire FEFL67GCA bake element blew up like the one in the video on the sticky. I replaced the element but it still doesn’t work. I got the element local, I didn’t have the model number so they matched it by looks, I’m not sure how generic these are.

I did checked voltage from BK and got 120, I checked it from L2 out and got nothing.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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O ya, broil dosent work either.

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I played around with it some more, I unplugged the "bake" lead at the board, turned on the oven and tested voltage, I only got 10 volts. I did the same with L2 out (bake was plugged back in) and got 0 volts. I'm not sure how I got the 120 volts during my first test. :?

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supernac wrote: ,,, Frigidaire FEFL67GCA bake element blew up like the one in the video on the sticky. ..


may have ruined the Controller ..

Can't use chassis (ground) to measure voltage for 220v Elements

must measure voltage across Element connections


BUT, with Element disconnected,

there should be 120v to chassis (ground) on each connection



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Looks like it has to be the controller, thanks for your help!

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Did you check for the correct voltage at the terminal block, (where the power cord attaches to range).

You may just have a tripped circuit breaker, have you checked them?



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I turned the breaker off and on sevral times when I was was working on it. I'm getting 120 on one side and the range works fine so I know I'm getting power.

Thanks for all the help, I'll post back once the board gets here.

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supernac wrote: I turned the breaker off and on sevral times when I was was working on it. I'm getting 120 on one side and the range works fine so I know I'm getting power...

but still could be bad/loose/burned wire at Terminal Strip



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freestanding range, easy test for correct 240v supply

if the surface units glow red, you have 240 volts supplied

 



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The new board fixed the issue, thanks for your help!

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