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Didn't I answer this yesterday. Yes I did. The answer is the same. The thermostat is incorporated into the control unit which resides behind the knob.

Something like this, but depending SPECIFICALLY on the model you have in your rented house.

or this one

Tappan Kitchen... | Answered Yesterday

Try owner's manual, troubleshooting and the F5E0 error code. It may help, otherwise google the error code, or no owners manual? try

Whirlpool... | Answered 2 days ago

You need a new thermostat to that burner on your mystery device.


make model replacement burner thermostat

or call a man in.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered 2 days ago

I don't know. While half a century ago it was common that pilot lights would be permanently lit to provide instant lighting of oven and hobs, because they did consume a significant amount of gas they fell out of favour and spark ignition became reliable.

Amid a number of related and unrelated accidents the gas oven began to be seen as potentially dangerous and so they were fitted with a couple of safety devices so for a considerable time the pilot light has to be relit every time the oven is used and the pilot light will be switched off when the oven burners are turned off.

Thinking back a long time, the pilots of our old cooker could be turned off using a screwdriver to turn a central service valve hidden under the hob spill tray.

Magic Chef... | Answered on Jun 27, 2020

The oven temp sensor has gone bad.  F1-2 would be for the lower oven and F1-1 would mean the upper oven.  If you give me the model # from the sticker on the oven I can direct you to a diagram, part #, and price.  These are very easy to replace.  Should be located inside the oven in the upper right or left hand side.  It looks like a silver rod about 4-8 inches long and crimped on the end.  Most of them can be removed from inside the oven by removing the two screws, pull out the sensor (harness and all) plug in the new sensor, put the screws back in and your done.  Some have to be removed from the back of the oven by removing the lower, larger back panel and follow the same process as mentioned above.  Hope this helps.

Maytag MER6772... | Answered on Jun 24, 2020

Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly. The best temp is 0 deg F or -17 C Frozen foods keep best at this temperature. You can operate it up to 10 F to save energy. Anything higher than 10 F and the ice maker will stop working. A good rule of thumb for freezer temps is to watch the softness of ice-cream. If it is too soft it is too warm. The ice cream container should be firm and not squeezable / spongy.

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Samsung Kitchen... | Answered on Jun 21, 2020

This is a recurring problem with certain KitchenAid ranges. I have a 15 year old dual fuel 36" range and have replaced the temp sensor twice, and now it has gone out again. $8,000 piece of junk the oven has been used. RARELY in 15 years.

KitchenAid... | Answered on Jun 21, 2020

Some screw, some are pull out.

Screw out. Spray the thread with WD40. Turn the bulb with a rubber glove on.

Pull out, pull with a rubber glove.

Some are crafty, where is a screw off tube and then a pull out bulb with two pins.

A close up, sharp image would have helped.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Jun 18, 2020

Press and hold set clock for 6 seconds. CLO will appear in the display. 2. Continue holding the key until 12Hr dAY or 24Hr dAY appears in the display and the control beeps once.

Frigidaire... | Answered on Jun 17, 2020

eWave microwave oven KOT 131UW stopped working suddenly. Popped breaker. reset breaker. Microwave is still dead--no lights, no noises at all.

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Jun 16, 2020

While you didnt say if your oven is heated by gas or electric i am going to assume its gas and the cause of that sputtering sound is due to weak ingiter that is not fully opening the gas valve yet its just opening it a wee bit cauing it to basically starve for gas flow and sputtering all the time the gas is flowing. By replacing the igniter the gas will flow properly and stong and thusly the noise will cease and it will heat quickly.

If its electric heated let me know and i will figure why its sputtering

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Jun 14, 2020

I am completely guessing but assume it uses electronic switching?
A standard or old sort of cooker hood use mechanical switches, which would have to be seriously faulty to switch themselves on, though water ingress from condensation entering a switch can over time cause a carbonised track to form that could when damp carry enough current to run a low powered motor or alternatively blow the fuse/trip the RCD if the track is a ground path.

With electronic switching there are usually buttons mounted on a circuit board and in order to produce compact dimensions the tracks are very close together. The buttons usually need only make a momentary contact for a very small current to flow and the brain to switch on the motor.
A tiny drop of water entering this unit can cause mayhem...

Zephyr Kitchen... | Answered on Jun 11, 2020

How do I set the timer on Regis JVT3-16D Digital timer?

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Jun 10, 2020

This is most often due to the ignitor bar aging. With time it draws less current and does not hold the regulator valve open all the way. You can confirm that the regulator is OK if the broiler works. Replacement for nearly all of these ovens is a universal part, about $35 at appliance parts stores, takes 5-15 minutes to change (depending on whether you need to pull the oven out to get to the connector).

Kitchen Ranges | Answered on Jun 09, 2020

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