To troubleshoot an Electrolux oven, it is crucial to identify the specific problem. Common problems with Electrolux ovens include failure to heat, failure to turn on and uneven temperature. Other problems include unevenly cooked food, burner producing sparks, an overrunning fan and inefficient self cleaning.
Electrolux ovens may fail to heat up if the bake element is defective. Replacing the broken bake element can help to resolve this problem. The oven may fail to turn on when the power connection is faulty or when a circuit breaker has tripped. Replacing the fuse and making sure that the power outlet works can help to resolve this problem.
A faulty temperature sensor can cause uneven temperature in the oven. Setting the oven temperature as recommended in the manufacturer’s manual can help resolve this. A defective spark ignition switch may produce sparks on the surface of the burner, so replacing it may resolve this problem. An Electrolux oven produces unevenly baked food when the convection element is faulty or when the oven sensor resistance is incorrect. To rectify this, replace the convection oven and use the correct settings in the oven sensor.
If the fan keeps on running, one of the relays in the oven control board might be defective. Replacing the oven control board can rectify this problem. The self cleaning feature in the Electrolux oven may fail to operate efficiently if the door lock motor or switch assembly is defective. Seeking professional help on how to repair the door assembly can help to rectify this problem.