Uh oh , Not good!
This sounds like a faulty or fried control board!
Oven does not clean. (bake and broil cycles operate properly)
Check to ensure the controls are set properly. If the controls are properly set and the oven will not clean, you will need to check the clock/timer. There is normally a Fault code that will appear when the electronic range control (ERC) is defective. Also check the oven selector, door latch mechanism, and smoke eliminator for proper operation.Faulty Control Board
Ovens that utilize a sensor require some electronics to interpret the sensor data and to take appropriate action to raise or lower the temperature in the oven. There are several configurations of this electronics. There are some electronic range controls (sometimes called ERC's or clocks) that have the logic and relay boards combined into a single unit. Others have a logic board that is separate from the relay board.
If your oven will not keep a consistent temperature and you have verified that the sensor is not faulty
, then one of these control boards could be faulty. The easiest way to tell is if the electronic range control is throwing a Fault Code
If it is not throwing a Fault Code, then you may be able to test the board(s) with the aid of a diagnostic sheet. This sheet is often located in an envelope that is located inside the cavity of the control panel. These diagnostic sheets are very model specific and usually provide voltage and resistance meeting that can be taken across test points on the boards.
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