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I have replaced the thermostat. The part number was 9759243. After putting everything back together, the oven is still not working. At the suggestion of a local parts place I bought a thermal fuse (part no. 4451042.) After disconnecting the control panel I noticed this oven does not have a thermal fuse. It is a single oven not a double oven. The diagrams I have seen show this fuse, but they're for a double oven.

What are the next steps that I can take to try to fix it?

As stated before, the display lights up, the oven lights work, and the fan comes on, but the oven is not heating.

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You are welcome Irene. I'm glad you were able to fix it.

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I have replaced the thermostat. The part number was 9759243. After putting everything back together, the oven is still not working. At the suggestion of a local parts place I bought a thermal fuse (part no. 4451042.) After disconnecting the control panel I noticed this oven does not have a thermal fuse. It is a single oven not a double oven. The diagrams I have seen show this fuse, but they're for a double oven.

What are the next steps that I can take to try to fix it?

As stated before, the display lights up, the oven lights work, and the fan comes on, but the oven is not heating.



If you already replaced the oven shut down thermal fuse which you called "thermostat" and it did not fix the problem (both Bake and Broil are not working) then most likely the oven control board has gone bad.


- The oven control board Part number: AP3873711

Part number: AP3873711



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Most likely the problem is the tripped high limit thermostat. It is resettable and is located behind the door latch. The reset red button is in the middle of the thermostat. You have to remove the intake grill under the control panel to access the thermostat.



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Gene - i finally found someone who i believe can really help-i have struggled for hours. i have dacor rsd 30 that has gas burner stove top.
my wife was convectin baking and the breaker popped; i reset breaker and it popped again. since then i tested the bake element for continuity -it is ok at 20 ohms; then i went to find the reset button on the thermostat limitor-found it but the red button will not reset/click back no matter how hard i push. so i neeed to replace it- from down under it is a major wrench hassle so it must be a way to get to it from the top- so i need the service manual to see how to do that.
now do you thk that is the reason the breaker popped? is it a bad thermostat if it wont reset? what else should i chk?

thanx from virginia
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