Check to see if the stove top burners work. If not, then you could have a voltage supply problem. Check your house circuit breakers for the range in that situation.
If the stove top burners work, then you could have a problem with the clock control board or the wiring that is causing this failure. There is a possibility that a bad bake element could have damaged that clock control board. I recommend that you check the wiring connections on that clock control board first. I provided a wiring diagram with the circuits traced in the wire colors that they use. Here is a link for a brief repair video that shows how to access that clock control board in the console:
Range Clock Control Replacement
. You don't have to remove that control board to check the wiring connections. If those wiring connections are okay, you can check the resistance through the bake and broil circuits using that wiring diagram as a guide. For the bake element, you should measure between 15 and 40 ohms of resistance through the yellow and orange wires (with the range still
). You can check the broil element in that same manner through the blue and orange wires. If either of those elements are bad (or both), then the bad element(s) will need to be replaced. If those wiring connections are okay and the element circuits measure the correct resistance, then you will probably need to replace that clock control board.
You can order parts from this page:
Tappan Electric Range TEF351EWB Parts
. Be sure that you
unplug the range
before accessing and replacing internal components.
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If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link:
Sears Home Services