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 Posted: Tue Jun 29th, 2010 03:29 am
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I have a, it hade no codes that i saw, it just did not finish cooking my parm. I can set the temp to start the oven and then start the bake cycle but to no avail the elements will not power up. I referenced a couple of posts on this site and the basic instructions for troubleshooting, using these techniques I followed the lack of power and got to one of the boards and it appears that a relay on the board is not passing power through and is also making a clicking sound I think this is the K102 bake relay coil. What is the next step oh great Samurai ?  

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If you jumper across the relay's large Pins, does the Bake work ?

You could replace the Board (or have it repaired)

OR possibly replace the Relay.

soldering, etc ..

would need some part numbers...



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I have not yet tried to jumper across the relay; I must find a higher gauge wire/jumper first. If this is the problem, would you recommend a new board?

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: You could replace the Board (or have it repaired)

OR possibly replace the Relay.

soldering, etc ..



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