I would like to earn your highest rating, If I provide you with a answer this just means with the symptoms you have supplied me I am letting you know from experience where the problem is, this does not mean however that we have finished, If you have any additional questions please reply.
If I have answered your questions to your satisfaction please feel free to come back at any time after rating me "Excellent service" for additional questions you may have at no further charge :)Sometimes I will have to give bad news, Please try to find it in yourself to rate me for the service not the bad news.
If you would like to request me personally for future appliance questions click here HERE and bookmark this page.Thanks!Mike.
I already pulled the unit from the wall, took off the back panel and checked the connections (L & R) and both are tight. The broil element also doesn't work, worked fine before and I didn't replace it.
Not sure if you got my last reply. Checked both elements, ohms readings indicate both are good. Voltage on bake element shows 120 on pink wire (Right side when looking at back) yellow wire (left side) shows zero. Similar on broil element - 120 on pink (r) wire and 0 on blue (L) wire.
No, looks like they all go to the electronic oven control circuit board.
Is there any trick or secret handshake I need to know to get the control out of the oven besides what looks like 4 screws in the back and marking all the wire connections?