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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2005 06:16 pm
   
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Probably not but could be, does the broil work?  If the whole oven is dead might have blown a fuse.  Unplug the range, remove the bake element and ohm it out to see if it is dead or not, then let us know what you find.



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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2005 06:31 pm
   
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Not to say this pertains to your oven but here one of several service pointers from WP addressing this problem.



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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2005 11:31 pm
   
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Whirlpool open documents, anyone can access these, however here is a copy/paste of the service pointer.  Again, not saying this goes to your model number...

Oven not operating (thermo-disc failure)

COMPLAINT:


CAUSE:


Oven exhaust heat is escaping from the top of the oven


door because the door is not sealing properly. This warmer


air is being pulled into the blower fan and pushed across


the therms-disc causing it to open.


CORRECTION:


Order and install service kit (instructions included) as followed:


Oven Design Kit Number


24" Single Oven 814531


24" Double Oven 814532


27" Single Oven 814533


27" Double Oven 814534


30" Single Oven 814535


30" Double Oven 814536



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 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2005 11:36 pm
   
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Here is a link to your tech sheet, need to trace back to see where you have lost power to the oven, suspect a fuse of some sort since the oven just used hi-temps in self clean..

On page 5 of this tech sheet: OVEN SHUTDOWN THERMAL FUSE


The oven shutdown thermal fuse is located at the back of the oven. It will shut down


the elements if the temperature at the back of the oven exceeds component limits.


Verify that the oven shutdown thermal fuse is okay.



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 Posted: Sun Oct 30th, 2005 05:51 pm
   
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Fuse does not have any reading, I ordered new one, and destructed old one which does not show any sign of being bad? there is a pin that pushes connections together is that what goes bad?

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Yes it could....closing this thread now, it old and not secured....



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