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Maytag range model MGR7662WB2. oven will not come on. when I test the DSI board I should have 120volts across J1-4 and J1-6 in bake mode but I only measure 4 volts. any idea what may be the problem

I checked the resistance on the gas solenoid and measured 196 ohm's on each. oven is turned on but nothing happens

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  • brion evers
    brion evers Aug 13, 2016

    Turns out both the control board and the DSI went bad. just letting everyone know.

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Was the control set to BAKE mode before you checked for voltage? J1-6 will only be energized if relay K7 on the main control is closed... Does the unit try a spark sequence when you try to bake, is there the "clunk" sound followed by three "tap-tap-tap," sounds of the electrode sparking at the bake tube?

Posted on Jul 22, 2016

  • brion evers
    brion evers Jul 22, 2016

    the control was set to bake but oven does not try to spark

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SOURCE: JGBP79 Bake Ignitor not glowing, even after replacing

My next step would be to replace the two gas coils. They are located on top the gas valve. Disconnect the elect. leads, pull upward on coils. Replace w/newones. The difference is a primary and secondary, one has two elect. prongs and one has three. Note which one goes where when you remove them and install new ones in the opposite. These tell the gas valves when to activate and allow gas to flow to your igniter. When they malfunction, and they do, you wont have gas flowing.

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SOURCE: Maytag Gas Oven top burner does not turn on when in bake mode

That is the way it works. If you have an convection oven then they both work in bake mode but they alternate between the two.

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SOURCE: Whirlpool oven on the range will not turn on.

replace the ignitor

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SOURCE: I have a Maytag model MER5775QAW free standing

Unplug the range open the control panel to access the electronic oven control. Unplug the wires and wait 5 minutes. Replace all wires on the control and turn the power back on.
If this does not reset your oven control it must be replaced.
Your ERC(clock) is bad and must be replaced.

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SOURCE: Lower bake element on Maytag MER6772BAB not

Replace it. You can find the part on repairclinic.com

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