How to Fix An Oven Timer That's Not Advancing
Repairing a range, oven, or stove can seem like a big task, but our customers tell us how easy it is every single day. To help you diagnose the symptom of little or no heat when baking for a range, oven or stove, we’ve created this guide of the parts most likely to fix the no heat problem. Use this information to understand how a range or oven works, how to determine which part is the cause and how to get the right part for your model. You can also get more details on your specific range, oven, or stove by entering your model number into the search box.
Electronic Control Board
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- 15 - 30 minutes
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Most modern ovens use an electronic control board to control the oven functions. These models will use the control board to operate the bake and broil elements. If there are no fault codes displayed then you should check for power to the elements. If there is no power to the elements, then you should check the control board to verify that there is power at the appropriate output relay. These are live voltage checks and should be performed by qualified persons only. If there is no output voltage then the control should be replaced.
More Repair Parts
We’ve identified the most common parts that can cause an oven to not heat up when baking, but there are other parts that could be at fault. If you are unable to fix your oven, range, stove with the information above, enter your model number into the search box for additional repair help. Searching with your model number will give you access to all parts and schematics, symptoms for your specific oven range or stove as well as all installation instructions and videos.