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Oven no power

Common reasons your oven no power

The most common reasons your oven has no power are a defective electronic control board, defective control panel or a bad control thermostat.

  • 40%

    40% of the time it's the
    Electronic Control Board

  • 21%

    21% of the time it's the
    Control Panel

  • 13%

    13% of the time it's the
    Control Thermostat

  • 26%

    26% of the time it's the
    Something else

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    Common oven repair parts you may need

    Replacing one of these oven parts may fix your problem.

    Electronic Control Board Replacement

    A defective electronic control board can cause several problems in an oven, such as power loss, insufficient heating, or the inability to turn off the oven. This is because the control board acts as the brain of the oven, controlling essential functions like temperature regulation, fan operation, cooking duration, and self-cleaning cycles. If the control board malfunctions, it can disrupt communication between various oven components, resulting in issues like failure to engage the oven door latch or the generation of strange noises and odors. Due to its potential impact on multiple components, it's wise to have a Sears Home Services professional evaluate the board for any faults that may necessitate replacement.


    Control Panel Replacement

    If the oven control panel is faulty, it can display various symptoms that affect the appliance's operation. It may fail to respond, disregarding inputs or adjustments to oven mode and temperature settings. The display might exhibit erratic readings or become entirely blank. Additionally, a malfunctioning control panel might result in heating issues in the oven, leading to uneven cooking, failure to achieve the desired temperature, or an inability to heat altogether.

    Control Thermostat Replacement

    A faulty oven control thermostat can disrupt proper heating or prevent heating altogether, making it seem like the oven is without power and impacting cooking performance. Moreover, a malfunctioning thermostat might impede the oven's ability to shut off, resulting in continuous operation. If you suspect the control thermostat in your oven is malfunctioning, it's advisable to have a Sears Home Services professional assess the situation and replace the part if required.

    What to expect when you experience a oven no power issue

    How to resolve a no power problem

    Fixing most no power problems usually involves replacing the electronic control board, control panel or control thermostat. However, there are many potential causes, so a thorough diagnosis is key to understanding the extent of repair needed and fixing the problem.

    Sears Home Services advice for an oven that has no power

    When the oven experiences a power outage, numerous issues could be at play. To avoid unnecessary part replacements, it's advisable to have a Sears Home Services professional conduct diagnostic tests to determine the underlying cause. Our technicians are adept at diagnosing various oven failures.

    Things to keep in mind with an oven no power diagnosis

    Diagnosing problems with modern appliances can be perplexing without the right expertise. Attempting to troubleshoot oven malfunctions without proper diagnostic methods often results in uninformed part replacements. The complexity of electronic components in appliances, particularly those developed in the last decade, adds to the challenge of testing. Consequently, DIY repairs on recent appliance models are becoming increasingly intricate.

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    Common oven symptoms to look out for

    • Oven broiler not working
    • Oven burner not working
    • Oven display not working
    • Oven door not closing
    • Oven element not working
    • Oven fan not working
    • Oven light not working
    • Oven noisy
    • Oven not heating
    • Oven not turning on
    • Oven not working
    • Oven stopped working
    • Oven will not heat up
    • Oven won't light
    • Oven won't turn off