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vaughng 12-06-2012 04:29 AM

Both Baking And Broil Elements Quick Working
My baking element shorted out, order a new one from your site, replaced it, now both the baking and broil elements will not come on, I do hear the relay kicking on when trying to start either one. Help

vaughng 12-06-2012 08:15 AM

let me add to my post, I found these solutions on post below
The part number for the clock is AP3561834

- The part number for the overlay is AP2126498

I hope only one is a possible fix, and if it is the overlay then a new stove is in my furture thanks

denman 12-07-2012 12:42 AM

Below are your parts
Parts for Frigidaire FEF336ECE Range -

I am not sure where your part numbers came from as I come up with different ones. See Items 20 and 20 A in the Backguard Parts section.

The one I find is 7 button and the one you cite is a 10 button.
Check out the overlays.

Also if you click on a part's picture a new page will open with more info on that part.

I would unplug the the unit and remove the back just to be sure that a wire has not burned off.
If OK then the likely cause is the control board is toast.
I am assuming that the stove top elements work OK.
Am also assuming that the unit stays in pre-heat and does not show that the oven is ready.

Some overlays are stuck to the control board/clock and often also have to be replaced.
I cannot tell if this applies to this unit from the pictures.
The part's people may know this.

vaughng 12-07-2012 10:35 AM

thanks for the reply Denman, I will pull the Clock control off and see if there are any burnt wires, I hope it is just the Overlay that is messing up, and if it is the Range Clock, than I will discuss it with the Boss (better half) if we need to wait to purchase a new range or replace the parts, as far as I know its only bout 4 years old.

denman 12-07-2012 11:36 AM

Sorry but I doubt it is the overlay.
It is just a piece of plastic with the button/key designations on it.

vaughng 12-09-2012 11:41 AM

yep, you are correct, I took the clock apart and found a small burnt spot, one of the pins solder was melted away, I decided what have a got to loose, I soldered the pin back to the board and both elements are working but I do not think the oven is heating up according to the temp of the setting, is there a way to rest the oven, I know on a Kenmore there is. Thanks Denman for all of your advice,

denman 12-09-2012 03:17 PM

Here is the operators manual.
It does show how to calibrate the temperature on ovens in this series.
Note that it also says some models so I am not 100% sure it will work on your unit.

vaughng 12-11-2012 10:24 AM

thanks again Denman, the oven is still set to factory, guess up to my better half to bake a cake to see if the temp is set according to the baking instructions, if not I will manually set according to the manual.

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