FIXED ART6114LL Oven start rate is 10%

Chuck80

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Location
IL
Model Number
ART6114
Brand
Amana
Age
More than 10 years
The stats:
-17 year old electric oven
-Brand new bake element
-Measured 1083 Ohms across the temperature sensor, looks to be working correctly
-Other wire connections are clean and tight
-Oven starts maybe 10% of the time. Multiple rounds of turning off, back on, waiting, checking for heat, repeat.

The wife is staring daggers at me, threatening all new appliances, and a new kitchen to put them in. Help! What could be the issue?
 
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jeff1

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Hi,

And the rest is?

ART6114E/P1143675NE ART6114E/P1143805NE ART6114LL/P1143675NLL ART6114LL/P1143805NLL ART6114WW/P1143675NWW ART6114WW/P1143805NWW

jeff.
 

Chuck80

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Actually it looks like ART6114EL. I thought the EL stood for Electric. It could be ART6114LL. Here's a pic of the label.
oven.jpg
That's not a bad picture, it's a bad label that has faded and rubbed away.

And where do I find the P number?
 
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jeff1

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P number is normally on the same tag as the model/serial #.
Does look more like LL to me also.
Leaves us with...

ART6114LL/P1143675NLL ART6114LL/P1143805NLL

Both seem to use the same control :)
If element is ok, sensor is ok, wiring is ok....leaves the clock/control as the prime suspect.

Oven-Control-Board-WP31771301-00570401.jpg Electronic range control board

jeff.
 

Chuck80

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Bought the range control board, It fixed the issue, and it's working great! Looks like I bought some time before the eventual kitchen remodel this year.
Thanks for your help.
 
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