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Amana ART6511WW Electric Range Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the Amana ART6511WW Electric Range?
The ART6511WW Electric Range uses timer part number 315570.
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ART6511WW are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers
Whirlpool ART6511WW Electric Range, ART6511WW/P1143612NWW, ART6511WW/P1143689NWW, ART6511WW/P1143676NWW, ART6511WW/P1143642NWW, ART6511WW/P1143658NWW, ART6511WW/P1143623NWW, ART6511WW/P1143821NWW
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Amana electric smoothtop oven, model # XXXXX XXXXX ARR6400 or ART6511....appliance is eleven years old. Burners work fine, but overnight the numeric display went dark and none of the associated touchpad functions appear to work (oven, clock, clocks.) There were no preliminary symptoms, no prior malfunctions, so I'm suspecting a circuit board failure? But is there a way to be sure...are there internal fuses, breakers, or something else I could be overlooking?
I am remodeling my kitchen and have run a new 220v line (4-wire receptacle) to my oven. My oven is older (Amana ART6511WW) and is currently run using a 3-wire plug. I have purchased a new 4-wire cord. I undertand that there is a relatively simple conversion that can be performed on the oven to allow for use with the 4-wire receptacle. Can you list the steps or present a source of that information?
1) Touched Bake, set Temp to 325. 2) When temp reached 325, placed cake in oven. 3) Checked oven at 30 minutes, temp was at 260 and never rose. 4) Cleared settings, touched bake again, temp 325 and "on" signal came on...to indicate oven was ready. 5) Self-diagnostic system never appeared, so I am in the dark as to what the problem is. The above is my problem, and since we are on a limited budget, I need to fix this myself.
First off, let me start by saying I don't really know how old the oven is. The house was built in '99, and chances are it's the original, but I don't know. Anyway, while I was at work today my wife called me telling me the oven blew up. It's all electric, so that's not entirely possible, but she happened to be using the broiler that we practically never use. It turns out that the broiler element basically did explode and sparks were flying within my oven for a good 30-45 seconds. The broiler element has a huge gap where the rupture occurred....probably 2-3 inches. When I reset the breaker upon getting home, the clock came on just fine, and I figured using the bake option would be alright because I do enjoy to eat dinner every night, like most people. The problem is that a preheat setting to 350 resulted in the oven heating to 105 (the oven shows 100 by default until it surpasses 100, then counts up), and then stopping. Opening the oven door revealed that the element was not even on, re
It seems to not be getting enough power. Just moved to an old house. The 3 prong plug was used at the last new home we were in. The breaker is 50 amps and the wire has an ooven casing. What is the problem?
My Amana oven has the digital clock very dim and the front right burner as well as back left burnur not heating. I wonder if it's some corellation and i need to change the whole circuit board or it's just a bad clock and bad burners. Can anybody help me finding the part number for them? Second question may sound stupid but i need guidance in that aspect too: how do i remove the smooth coocktop surface to access the heating elements? I would appreciate any input firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, I'm having a problem with my Amana Electric self clean oven. The clock works fine but the oven itself does not heat at all. The range top burners do not heat at all as well. I have checked the main breaker in the fuse box already, but no luck. I know the range is old, but I really don't want to buy a new one right now. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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