We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 849 Crosley Range models
Your Crosley range is key to your ability to put food on the dining table for your household. Whether you're baking peanut butter cookies, roasting a turkey or heating up meat loaf, you count on your oven to bring the heat you need. Sometimes, however, your oven may let you down by failing to bake properly. If that occurs, check out these troubleshooting tips to find out what the problem is.
The thermal fuse in your oven trips if the oven overheats. Sometimes it trips accidentally when you're using the self-cleaning function of your oven, due to the extremely high temperatures involved. When this occurs, you need to reset your thermal fuse manually, or the oven isn't going to heat. Take off the exterior back panel and push the reset button to get the fuse working again. If that doesn't work, choose a new fuse from a list of stove repair parts.
In your electric range, the bake and broil elements are the range parts that run around the perimeter of the oven at the top and bottom. If they appear visibly damaged or broken, replace them to get your oven heating properly again.
Both gas and electric ovens rely on electronic oven control boards to control baking, broiling and timing. If the lights are out on your control panel, the electronic oven control board, which sits right behind the panel, may be malfunctioning. Call Sears PartsDirect for both gas and electric range DIY repair help to get your oven baking again.
Sears PartsDirect can help you with repair advice and parts for Crosley ranges, both gas and electric. To get started, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.