You look inside? A heck of a lot of residential appliances have an envelope, piece of paper, or sticker inside with everything you need.Customer is having issues with an older wall mount oven, Frigidaire Model RE-94 electric oven.
Does anyone have a link for a schematic diagram for this model?
I agree. If it was mine, I'd get a new one, but... right after the holidays; that can be a tough nut to swallow for some people. If it was in a rental, where keeping costs down can sometimes be important to the business model, it's worth a quick look-see just to make sure a wire didn't burn off or something simple.Sometimes its just time to put old appliances down. This is one.
As a rule, I don't "fix appliances", but if it's one of those "while you're here, can you look at...." deals, I'll take a look. My problem is getting parts at less than retail. Most of time they'd be better (cheaper) going with a guy that specializes in that.Yesterday I managed to get it working, but I wanted to see if there was something I was missing, anything simple.
They plan on replacing both the cook-top & wall oven later this year when they remodel the kitchen.
Dennis, I am not trying to be a jerk, I am just curious. You mentioned calling the appliance repairman. Where you are located/work, don't electricians fix appliances?
Ever since I was on the submarines, electricians do anything & everything that has wires associated with it. Sometimes it really sucked and made for some long hours, but that experience helped me in my civilian electrician job. I would not trade that for anything.
Thanks for the input,