all burners all work. otherwise I would be checking for gas issues and probably blaming the regulator since the gas water heater is still hot.
Both ovens fail to heat on bake, Upper does not light the broiler. Lower on this model does not have a broiler.
It is my understanding on this model that the broiler doe not work independently, or until the oven is up to set temperature. This is a software decision by the mfg that I disagree with, one cannot toast the top of a bagel in this oven.
yes, the msg got lost I guess
unplug replug got me a message about power LOC and required a clock reset,
After that turning the oven on still had an oven igniter module that was cold to the touch
display shows 100, setting is 350 (auto)
and yes I have a meter, I will probably not need the surface mount probes and can use an automotive grade one, 2.5 digits should be enough
what should the resistance of the module be?
Both the Igniters seem to have failed, both are getting voltage and no heat.
Both are also open circuits at this time. Broiler element shows 140 ohm which seems to be a bit high, might be 100 watts output, But I do not know the system specs.
Since the schematic shows them in series with the valves, this would also prevent manual lighting.
With both of them failing within a couple of days, I would have expected this to be a known issue with the whirlpool/maytag product line.