Model #GLEFS77CSB FRIGIDAIRE Free Standing, Electric

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oven

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There is not a worse time for the oven to go off than when you are baking. Half cooked dough does not keep well. A suggestion I have to help the expert provide a better answer is to add the make and model number of your oven to this thread. It will help the expert provide a better answer. If you do decide to go ahead and schedule repair, an option is to visit Sears Home Services and use the handy scheduler. I attached the link below. Hope this helps! Oh and what kind of cookies?

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Barbara H. -
September 05, 2010
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my model number is GLES77CSB

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ftroopsixpack -
September 05, 2010
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Thanks for providing that model number. This type of failure normally indicates that you have blown a relay on the electronic control board in the console of the range. I assume that you reset the breaker and that the stove top burners work properly. I recommend that you unplug the range and remove upper back panel behind the console. If you look at the back of the control board, you will likely see a burn mark on that control board. In this situation, you will need to replace the control board (part 316207529). You may also need an overlay (part 316220804) unless you can reuse the original one. You can order parts from the Sears PartsDirect website. Be sure that you unplug the range before accessing and replacing this control board. Make a careful note of the positions of the wires that are connected to the control board (take a digital picture if necessary). Remove the wires and then remove the control board from the console and replace it. Reassemble the range and test it.

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If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

NOTE: The model number that you provided appears to be slightly off. I based this answer on the most likely valid model number of GLEFS77CSB. If you have a different model and need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 07, 2010
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What if there is no burn mark? Looks fine. The stove still works, but the oven and broiler does not. What now?

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ftroopsixpack -
September 08, 2010
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Check the wiring on the control board with the range unplugged. Make sure that the red L2 IN wire is securely connected. Also check the orange L2 OUT wire. I provided a wiring diagram for the oven portion of your range. If the orange and red wire connections are okay, I recommend that you check the bake and broil circuits for continuity with a volt/ohm meter (with the range still unplugged). Pull the orange wire off of the control board and measure the resistance through the orange and yellow wire. You should measure between 10 and 40 ohms of resistance through that circuit. Also measure the resistance through the blue and the same orange wire. You should measure resistance in the same range. If both of these circuits are okay then you will still need to replace the control board assuming that you are getting the proper voltage to the control board through the red L2 IN wire. (Continued)

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 09, 2010
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A technician would normally measure the voltage through that wire but I do not recommend that you perform that type of live voltage check yourself. Since the stove top burners work, this indicates that you do have the L2 voltage properly supplied to the range. The most likely failure is the electronic oven control board. If you want to fix this problem yourself without calling a service technician then you can replace the electronic oven control board. This will likely fix your problem. If the circuits through the elements are both "open" (measure Ol -- open load or infinite resistance) then you likely have a break in the orange wire which is common to both elements. It is unusual for both elements to fail at the same time. If you need more help, submit additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 09, 2010
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Be sure that you unplug the range when accessing internal components.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 09, 2010
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lyle our oven work after I reset the breaker but did not the next time we tried. we heard a pop when it triped the breaker

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Bruce -
September 17, 2014
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oven and broiler

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When it comes to a appliance you use in a daily basis and it starts malfunctioning it can be frustrating, Something to help you while you are waiting for the experts response is a link I have provided you below to Manage my life were a customer posted a similar question that may help you. Hope it helps out!

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Maira E -
September 08, 2010
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I responded to your reply information that you provided on the original thread for this question. Here is the same information regarding the next steps in troubleshooting this problem:

Check the wiring on the control board with the range unplugged . Make sure that the red L2 IN wire is securely connected. Also check the orange L2 OUT wire. I provided a wiring diagram for the oven portion of your range. If the orange and red wire connections are okay, I recommend that you check the bake and broil circuits for continuity with a volt/ohm meter (with the range still unplugged). Pull the orange wire off of the control board and measure the resistance through the orange and yellow wire. You should measure between 10 and 40 ohms of resistance through that circuit. Also measure the resistance through the blue and the same orange wire. You should measure resistance in the same range. If both of these circuits are okay then you will still need to replace the control board assuming that you are getting the proper voltage to the control board through the red L2 IN wire. A technician would normally measure the voltage through that wire but I do not recommend that you perform that type of live voltage check yourself. Since the stove top burners work, this indicates that you do have the L2 voltage properly supplied to the range. The most likely failure is the electronic oven control board. If you want to fix this problem yourself without calling a service technician then you can replace the electronic oven control board. This will likely fix your problem. If the circuits through the elements are both "open" (measure Ol -- open load or infinite resistance) then you likely have a break in the orange wire which is common to both elements. It is unusual for both elements to fail at the same time. If you need more help, submit additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 10, 2010
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