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Feb 282011

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.

If you found this article helpful please leave a comment. It would be appreciated, good luck with you appliance repair and God Bless.

  17 Responses to “Electrolux Icon Wall Oven No Heat After Self Clean Frigidaire Oven Repair Help”

  1. Does the oven have to come out to fix the fuse? We don’t know how to get the oven out of the wall.

    • Thanks for your advice! Christmas is coming and wasn’t really sure how we were going to cook all the goodies and dinner without it. Found the reset button as you described only one small error if you have a double wall oven and you cleaned both top and bottom there are two reset buttons, one for the top and one for the bottom, I guess this will be tomorrow’s night job. Thanks again for saving Christmas dinner!

  2. Thank you very much for this article. I followed your instructions and found the red button very quickly. You saved me the frustration of seeing a paid technician performing such a simple fix. Can you please let me know what is the name of this fuse (or better yet, the Electrolux part number)? I would like to replace it so that it won’t give me this problem again when I use self cleaning.

    Again, many thanks

  3. Thank you so much for your advice! I was able to reset the switch in about 10 minutes with a help of a friend. Your advice was spot on!!!!!!!

  4. Yes article very helpful it’s nice you take the time to help people thanks

  5. I have a Electrolux EW30EW55GS6 and cannot find the fuse on the back with the panel removed. Could it be in another location?

  6. I just finished repairing my Electrolux slide in range Model EW30ES65GSD which is only 5 years old. I followed your instructions to turn the power off on the circuit board for the oven, pulled it slowly by walking it away from the wall, unplugged it, removed the back cover, being careful not to lose any of the screws and paying close attention to where the screws were placed in the panel. This is important because there are other holes that did not have a screw. You can take a video while working or individual pictures to be certain you are doing it right. Look for the red button that has two wires coming off it. It may be a dull red and not immediately noticed. Push the button until it clicks, replace the cover, plug in, turn the power on at the circuit, and turn on the oven for 15 minutes to see if it heats up. So, why do they sell a self cleaning oven if it immediately malfunctions after use? It certainly doesn’t inspire me to recommend it to anyone.

  7. THANK YOU ! Saved me money. Bottom stove haven’t worked since we moved in house two years ago

  8. You just saved our Thanksgiving! We had quite a time trying to figure out what to do about our non-functioning electrolux….Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!

    • Hi Laura, You’re most welcome. Thank you for taking the time to leave such a thoughtful comment. I appreciate that. I’m glad you found the info useful. Happy Holidays.


  9. I have a Electrolux double oven and the panel is showing F90. Is this something I can fix?

  10. Worked like a charm. Thanks Matt, your advice and professionalism is refreshing. Has the manufacturer addressed this on new models?

    • You’re most welcome Dave. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. I appreciate it. Same issue on new models..


  11. Thank you for sharing your expertise and knowledge! My oven is working perfectly again; my husband and son were able to fix it following your directions.

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