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September 23, 2019
The oven will wihtout notice increase temperature to very high then have to turn down to extremely low to get @ 350 degrees. Same thing happening with burners. Will suddenly go high nad have to turn knob way down to get medium temperature. Never right away, happens after cooking or baking for a little while. Is there a control board or something that i can change?
For model number Frigidaire Model FFEF3003NWC
Hello Brad thank you for writing .
Solution: The burner temperature control knob on the stove is defective and needs to be replaced. On certain models an entire control board may need to be replaced, which sounds like it is the case on your unit .we also suggest to call the manufacturer and see if there are any known issues, defects or recalls. Hope this helps. Contact us anytime.
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November 21, 2019
Our oven has stopped heating. When its turned on you can hear the relay clicking from time to time. I have replaced the heating prob and both elements. Still nothing. Can you help?
For model number 790.93019310
Thank you for your question. Our sources suggest that the electronic control board for your model under part PS1528269 needs to be replaced. Hope this helps!
I was cooking on my Tappan stove and was also baking without any warning the stove burners (all) stopped heating and the oven also quit. We checked the breaker no luck getting it to work.I am hoping that you can give me some insight to my problem.
For model number Tef351ewe
Thank you for the question. There might be an issue within the wiring of the appliance. If there is no power going to the appliance I would check the terminal block first to see if there is any visible damage or burn marks. It could also be the outlet the stove is plugged into. There is no one part that would control all of the elements on the cooktop and the oven unless the stove is not getting power. If you have an multi meter you will be able to test for continuity in the power cord and the terminal block.
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