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Maytag CRE9600ACL Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the Maytag CRE9600ACL Range?
The CRE9600ACL Range uses timer part number 7601P224-60.
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I have a model CRE9600ACL and the oven temperate on the control starts at 355 degrees and climbs to 550 and shuts off. The oven therometer I use shows it's only about 200 degrees. Is the temparture sensor bad or is it the Control/clock?
How do I install an oven temp sensor for a Maytag electric oven cre9600acl. I am trying to solve the problem of F1 errors. Thanks, Kim
i have an electric range model cre9600acl/serial a14010469kb. the oven works perfectly but i am having problems with the oven. it is taking forever to reach the necessary degree i need to cook. the top element heats up but the lower element does nothing at all. it is also a self cleaning oven
I have a Maytag CRE9600ACL oven which intermittantly fails with fault code F2 (or sometimes F3 if using the oven). I replaced the oven temperature sensor but that did not fix it. I checked the wires and connections back to the relay control board and found no problem (1000 ohm resistance through temp sensor, measured at the connector which attaches to the control board. It works sometimes, but other times goes into fault mode and stays there until I cut the power for a while. We made it through Cristmas (with an assist from the gas grill) but this is getting very annoying. suggestions?
Hi I have a Maytag oven (Model #CRE9600ACL). The temperature is off by about 150-200 degree. I did a test by setting the oven at 350 degrees, but even after one hour the temperature only reached 150 degrees. Only if the oven is set at 525 degrees does it finally reach the desired temperature. I have replaced the broiler and oven heating elements. Please let me know what if you believe the sensor or the clock mechanism needs replaced. I have found out that the clock mechanism has been discontinued, but have found a site that will rebuild the part. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time. Mike
Maytag oven, when you set it to bake at 400 degrees after 30 minutes, temperature in oven, while warm, is not 400 degrees. What part needs to be replaced?
Both the broil and the bake elements stopped working at the same time. I bought new elements, and they are not working either. What else can I do?
My maytag oven started displaying an F1 error code whenever I tried to set an oven temperature. I tested the temperature sensor as recommended in some of the forums and it was testing low, right around 800. I replaced that and now the error code has gone away but I'm not getting any heat when I try and turn on the oven. Any thoughts on what the problem might be? Is it even something worth fixing?
oven will heat to desired temp but will not maintain. I tried a new element which did the same thing
oven works, oven light works, but the clock is not lit and the oven wonÃƒâ€šÃ‚â€™t turn on. It's a temporary rental and unit was working fine this AM - PM it's not. I read somewhere about a lockout feature? Could this have anything to do with it, or is that part of the self-cleaning feature? I found an old manual on Maytag, but that wasn't helpful. I'm a finance guy, but reasonably handy. Any advice is much appreciated!
the top right button that controls the oven temperature shows oven temperature as its heating up to desired temp, but shuts off as its heating up,
the bottom element heats to selected tempature but will not maintain it????????????? HELP!!!!!!!!
Maytag electric oven CRE9600ACE. The oven is 175 degrees COLD at 450. (reads 275 on a good oven thermometer). Sensor resistance is O.K. (1100 ohms @ 85 degrees Ãƒâ€šÃ‚â€“ 1600 ohms @350 degrees) Tested it in a different oven at 350 degrees. Grids glow in Ãƒâ€šÃ‚â€œBroilÃƒâ€šÃ‚â€ and Ãƒâ€šÃ‚â€œBake.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚â€ I am thinking the problem must be in the clock module. Any other ideas cheerfully considered.