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Maytag MER7662WW1 No Bake/Broil

Brian Jackson

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Model Number
MER7662WW1
Brand
Maytag
Age
More than 10 years
Last night our Maytag Model MER7662WW1 oven stopped functioning. The stovetop is still working but the oven functions are not. I tried bake, broil, and clean all with no heat. On the clean function the door locks and unlocks as it should.

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Jake

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Hi Brian,

We need the complete model number to help you. Read it from the model number tag on the range. The model number tag is usually on the top console, or just behind the top console, or on the lower bottom front legs once you pull out the storage drawer.

Here's the results I get:
MER7662WB0
MER7662WB1
MER7662WB2
MER7662WB3
MER7662WQ1
MER7662WQ2
MER7662WQ3
MER7662WS0
MER7662WS1
MER7662WS2
MER7662WS3
MER7662WT0
MER7662WW0
MER7662WW1
MER7662WW2
MER7662WW3

Jake
 

Brian Jackson

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I got the model number from the tag behind the lower drawer. Here is a picture of what it shows.
 

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Jake

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Ok, I see it. The X is a W, then see the 1 at the far end?

So the model number is MER7662WW1.:)

I'd first ohm test your thermal fuse, if that is blown it will never heat, period.:)

You will need a multimeter to ohm test your thermal fuse first for continuity.

Pull your range out from the wall, then unplug it, then take off the back access panel#22 and your thermal fuse is #9 take both wires off of it before testing it.

Here's the parts diagram for your model: Parts for Maytag MER7662WW1: Chassis Parts

#22 Back access panel
#9 Thermal fuse

Here's the thermal fuse for your model:
Thermal Fuse WP3196548


HOW TO access/ohm test Video included in part link.

Let us know what you find.

Jake
 

Brian Jackson

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Opened up and found the issue. It is with the circuit board on the lower left. The circuit board is burned up and the connector is melted to the board. Would this be something work replacing? I think I would need the board and that wiring harness. I also tested the cutout and still had continuity.
Thanks
 

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Jake

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Yuppers, you sure found the problem!

No, with the age of your range its best to save the repair money for a new range.

Its $338 to $377 and its out-of-stock everywhere I've checked.

Jake
 

Jake

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Glad to help Brian!

Jake
 
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