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Old 06-22-2008, 06:37 PM
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Model Number: AER5715QAS   Brand: Amana   Age: 1 - 5 years   

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I purchased my Amana AER5715QAS electric range almost 2 years ago, warranty is up. I live in a remote area, and with the price of gas, service would be horrendous.

While cooking with the oven the other day, I heard an extraordinary sound and when I turned around the control panel/display window on the stove top was completely out. The oven was dead. The fuse for the stove was not blown on the house fuse box. The top burners and oven light are the only things to still work on the range. I have taken the back panel off. The first white (infinite?) switch box has a little smudge of black on it.

What part do I need to replace? My series number begins with a 16, not a 10 or 12 (the only series number parts I can find). My range is Series 16140261GJ

Also, I have never seen this model number again, anywhere. Is there a recall on this model?

Thank you in advance for your time and any help that you might give.


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Most likely the control board gone bad but the first thing I would do is check the bake heating element for continuity and for short on ground to prevent a new control board from damages.

Do all tests and post the results.

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Hi Gene - I have replaced the control panel (ordered thru appliancepartspro!!! Fastest service by the way )

Ok, the control panel is working. I put the bake feature on 350 degrees. The control panel keeps clicking but the temperature of the initial 100 degrees does not go up nor does the oven heat up. There is no heat coming from the bottom (concealed) element. The top broiler element is trying to heat up though. I did not have it on broil. I have not tried the broil feature as I don't want to possibly fry the control panel. There are no codes on the panel.

I did not do the mulitester because my husband said the range was 220 volts and the tester we had was only for 120?? Could I still use the tester we have on our range? How do I check for a short on the ground? I have replaced a bake heating element before (a long time ago) but I have no idea how to do it on a concealed heating element?

Any help would again be greatly appreciated. Amana Electric model AER5715QAS Series #16140261GJ

One other thing, there was one short gray wire hanging, next to the light switch (in the back). There was one spot not taken there, so I put that wire there. I reasoned that if it wasn't for anything, it would have been protected with a cover and it was the only spot that wire could possibly reach. The oven light worked before and after I did this. Should I take that wire out?

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...I did not do the mulitester because my husband said the range was 220 volts and the tester we had was only for 120?? Could I still use the tester we have on our range? How do I check for a short on the ground? I have replaced a bake heating element before (a long time ago) but I have no idea how to do it on a concealed heating element?
One other thing, there was one short gray wire hanging, next to the light switch (in the back). There was one spot not taken there, so I put that wire there. I reasoned that if it wasn't for anything, it would have been protected with a cover and it was the only spot that wire could possibly reach. The oven light worked before and after I did this. Should I take that wire out?
Continuity test must be performed with power turned "off". You can learn more about Continuity tests from our previous posts: How To Check Continuity With Ohmmeter

You can find the complete instructions on how to reach the Bake element in the Service Manual (page 25).

I can not tell anything about the grey wire you found on the back. Try to trace the other end of this wire. It might help to find out what is this wire for.

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Oh my God!! After taking the cover off the bottom of the range, there was no need to do a continuity test. There was a huge one inch hole in the bake element. Holy cat cows!! Thank God I did not blow the new control panel.

So, I'm off to your parts department for that. I will check out that gray wire after ordering the part.

I cannot thank you enough Gene!!!
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Most complicated problems end up being simpler than they seemed.

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Thumbs up Thank You Gene!!

I received the bake element and put it in my range. Everything is working!!!!

Thank you Gene!!
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