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yes, I do
No - it shows no voltage
There are no wires marked "B". The wire that comes up from the igniter is a red wire, and it goes to a green modular plug that spans 3 terminals on the ERC, plus one wire comes in from the oven light switch. When it's plugged in, the red wire goes to the terminal on the ERC marked "P4". Is that the one?
Not sure I understand what you want me to do - should I plug the green wiring module back into the ERC? If I do that, I won't be able to get the probe on the terminal.
I think you're telling me NOT to plug the green module back into the ERC, but to put one probe on the "P4" terminal and the other on the body of the range itself, and hit the bake button - is that right? What should my readout on the meter be?
The ignitor plugs in as part of a 4-wire module. If I plug the module back into the ERC, it covers the terminal for P4.
Are you saying I can slide the probe into the plug from the back, with it plugged into the ERC? I can do that, but just want to make sure that's what you're recommending.
The three terminals that the green plug actually plugs into (including the one that goes to the ingitor) appear to have a black spot on the spades, all in the same spot on the left edge. Does that sound like what you're saying is possibly burnt?
I see that you've gone offline - I need to go somewhere - hopefully you can respond later.
yes if it looks burnt or black you may have a bad relay on the board and the black you see if from overheating most ;likely.and yes you can slide the probe into back of plug and then the other probe to ground and start the bake see if you get 110 volts off board. make sure igniter is unplugged down below. let me know bryan