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It's in the freezer compartment behind the cover.

Frigidaire... | Answered Yesterday


I know this isn't directly answering your question, however, what "burned up" about it?
You can get just about every part that fits that oven from Sears PartsDirect. Control boards, bake elements, convection fans, switches, replacement glass... just about everything.

Unless the oven literally burned through the side/top walls, you're most likely going to save money by fixing whatever's wrong with it.

Even the clock/timer control board is only $164 for the OEM part.

Frigidaire Ovens | Answered on Apr 18, 2019


I had one with the same problem. I found out that this was due to a defective temperature sensor (in my case anyway). The technical name for this part is NTC glass encapsulated thermistor 86k ohm. It is placed against the outer right wall of the toaster oven. if you look into the oven,there are 2 screws holding it( this device is on the other side of the wall and is connected to the controller via a 2-pin white connector. I replaced it and my toaster oven works fine after. This part costs about 1-2 dollars to replace. You have to remove the top cover of the toaster oven to have access to it.

Frigidaire... | Answered on Apr 18, 2019


The Frigidaire GLTF1240A clothes washer has a tub capacity of 2.65 cubic feet. Under typical conditions, based on a yearly average of 392 loads of laundry, the Frigidaire GLTF1240A is estimated to use 341 kilowatts of energy per year. Obviously, this number will vary depending on things like the size of loads that you wash, and temperature at which you wash your clothes. Also, this figure is calculated according to a test done by the US Department of Energy which takes into account the energy consumed by the washer as well as the energy needed to heat the water with an electric water heater. If you use a gas water heater you will probably use fewer kilowatt hours but you will consume gas to heat the water.


Its estimated water use is 9,806 of gallons per year. It is estimated to use 9.4 gallons per cycle, per cubic foot of tub volume. You can use this "per cycle, per cubic foot" to compare washers against each other. The lower the number, the more efficiently the washing machine uses water, assuming your clothes are equally clean after being washed in either washing machine.

Frigidaire... | Answered on Apr 16, 2019


Frigidaire washer sucks. I'm tired of this useless machine ripping my clothes. You need to change your bellows(boot) kits around the door on front load. I have changed this kit twice now and each time, I spent $200 in repair fees. I wished I never bought this washer. Will never recommend to anyone i know.

Frigidaire... | Answered on Apr 12, 2019


since on differnet models it goes right or left,
but you should be able to push the shelf one way, enough so that the other side pops out of the wall
then slide in the long side first, you will see what i mean when you have the shelf out
push the long side in with a lil pressure and raise the shelf the leve you want it installed on

Frigidaire 18.3... | Answered on Apr 09, 2019


Hello friend, thank you for your inquiry!

I understand that you are getting an "EC" error code on your Frigidaire air conditioner. However, it appears "EC" is an invalid error code. It is possible that the error code is missing characters? I show that the error code "ES" or "CS" is valid. In the meantime, I suggest resetting your air conditioner. You can do this by flipping the household circuit breaker for roughly ten minutes. If resetting the power does not correct the issue, could you please inform me of the new error code or if your air conditioner continues to display "EC". I look forward to assisting you. -Matt

Frigidaire... | Answered on Apr 08, 2019


The F50 code appears to indicate that the oven relay board can't get the status of the switches (door closed, motor door lock). Try unplugging the range to reset the control board. Next check the wiring harness. If there is nothing wrong with the wiring, then the oven relay board may be faulty.

Please add a comment with the model of the Frigidaire range if you would like a parts diagram and other information. I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Frigidaire... | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

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