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FAQ | Stove Repair Oven Repair
How to Fix An Oven That Won’t Program
Oven, stove, and range are an indispensable part of modern kitchens. They make your job in the home kitchen less cumbersome and take less time to cook your favorite dish. However, like any other home appliance even your oven or range could malfunction. Ideally, you should look for a technician that offers household oven repairs. Since repairing the oven requires high voltage test, it is best to allow oven service technician to carry out oven repairs. The oven technician will visit your house at your convenience to troubleshoot the problem with your machine. However, if you don’t plan to use the services of an oven repairman, you must know which part could be responsible for the problem with your machine.
At times, a problem in your oven can affect the programming feature of your residential appliance. Here is a quick guide to help you identify the problem part and service your machine.
Membrane Switch and Electronic Control Board
In most modern ovens, the programming functions are controlled by the electronic control board. Usually, a problem with the keypad or the membrane switch can prevent you from selecting a program. In some machines, a separate membrane switch is used. In these machines, you may have to only replace the membrane if the keypads don’t work properly. The membrane switch is usually attached to the control board using the ribbon connector. To check the condition of the board and the membrane switch you will need a multi-meter.
How to Test Oven Sensor
Testing the temperature sensor probe on your oven is easy. With the sensor at room temperature, measure the resistance between the two prongs at the end of the sensor connector. The resistance of the sensor should read approximately 1080 – 1090 ohms at room temperature. If you get a reading that is far off from that, you will need to replace the sensor. The oven temperature sensor sends the temperature reading to the control board so the control board knows how hot to heat up the oven. This test works for most common temperature sensors.