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Frigidaire offers a variety of high-performance gas and electric ranges built to provide the consistency and durability serious home cooks demand. Over time, however, even the most well-maintained range can develop performance issues. Here are several tips to help you troubleshoot a Frigidaire gas or electric range that has trouble maintaining consistent oven or cooktop temperatures.
If inconsistent oven temperatures are producing undercooked or overcooked food, there is likely a problem reading or relaying the oven temperature. Depending on your range model, either an oven thermostat or a temperature sensor is responsible for these functions. Whatever the case, replace the faulty component with a working one from the available stove repair parts at Sears PartsDirect.
A faulty oven control board is another major cause of inconsistent oven temperatures. Test the control board by running through various cooking commands and automated cooking cycles. Note how the oven responds. If inconsistencies or unexpected delays occur, you may need a new control board. In most cases, control boards are not available as individual range parts. Instead, you need to buy a replacement control panel assembly.
When inadequate cooktop temperatures throw a wrench in your cooking plans, turn to Sears PartsDirect for gas and electric range DIY repair help. In a gas range, poor performance is often caused by dirty burner assemblies or poorly adjusted air shutters. If so, disassemble and clean the burner assembly and readjust the air shutter according to your user manual. In an electric range, faulty or damaged coil or radiant surface elements should be replaced with new parts.
Sears PartsDirect carries the Frigidaire parts you need to repair and maintain your range. If you're looking for a specific part or have any questions, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.