Electrolux Icon single and double wall ovens both have a resettable fuse located on the back of the oven. After a oven self clean cycle this fuse will often get too hot resulting in it tripping itself. If this fuse trips on the back of the oven the bake and broil element will not get hot. When the contacts inside open, the power can not flow to the oven’s elements.
Repairing your Electrolux wall oven yourself is simple if you have a good hand to help and we are here. In order to get your oven back up and heating again it will require the wall oven to be pulled from its location. To do so remove the screws that are located along the inside of the trim securing the oven to the cabinetry. When the screws are removed the oven will slide out, some models have tabs that hold the oven to the cabinet. On this oven style use the keys that the oven installers left you, in the top right and left corner insert the key to the depress the tab. With the tab depressed pull the oven out.
With the oven out remove the back panel to gain access to the fuse. The fuse will have two wires that connect on the ends and a red button in the middle. Press this red button in, when doing so you should hear a click. With the oven’s fuse reset, reassemble the oven and install back into the wall. Turn the power back on and test for proper function, a trained service technician charges $200 dollars for this repair, I know I test several a month.
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