Home cooks and restaurateurs both rely on quality parts to keep their Jade wall ovens working properly. One common wall oven problem is an oven that does not bake properly. Here are a few common causes and solutions for a wall oven that does not bake or bakes haphazardly.
Electric ovens have a bake element in the bottom of the oven chamber that supplies the heat for proper baking. A damaged or broken element does not heat properly. Replacing the bake element is an easy wall oven repair. After turning off the electricity to the oven, remove the screws that hold the bake element in place, and detach the wires that connect the element at the back of the oven. Attach the wires from the new element, and secure it in place by tightening the mounting screws.
Wall ovens contain thermal fuses that prevent the ovens from overheating. If the fuse trips, the oven does not heat. To reset the thermal fuse, turn off the electricity to the oven, and remove the exterior back panel. Press the reset switch behind the panel, and check to see if this solves the problem. If the problem continues, replace the thermal fuse with quality wall oven parts from Sears PartsDirect.
The thermostat measures the oven temperature and turns the baking element on and off to maintain a consistent temperature. If your oven turns on but heats erratically, a faulty thermostat is a possible cause. Test the thermostat wires for continuity with a multimeter, and replace the thermostat with a new part if necessary.
Keep your wall oven working with quality oven parts and tools from Sears PartsDirect. To find the part you need, choose the type of category from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.