Wall Oven : Won't work at all
If your oven has a digital display and the control panel doesn't light up, reset the house circuit breaker for the wall oven if it's tripped. If the oven has power but the control is dead, you may need to replace the electronic control board.
In an oven that uses dial controls, a tripped house circuit breaker or a failed oven control thermostat can prevent the oven from working at all. Reset the house circuit breaker for the wall oven if it's tripped. If the oven has power, you may need to replace the oven control thermostat.
Replace the wall oven control thermostat
The oven thermostat is a temperature-controlled switch that controls heating inside the oven. Replace the thermostat if it doesn't maintain the oven temperature incorrectly, if it fails to turn on to the oven burner to heat the oven, or if it fails to turn off the burner when the oven is at the set temperature.
Replace the wall oven electronic oven control board
The electronic oven control (EOC) board governs the timing and execution of oven functions such as baking and broiling. It's usually in the control console and often has a digital clock on the front of its housing. Replace the electronic control board if it doesn't light up when it's supplied with electrical power, if it doesn't operate properly or doesn't properly send voltage to the bake or broil element (in an electric oven) or burner (in a gas oven).
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