Frigidaire Flair Manual

I came across the old manual to our dearly departed Frigidaire Flair recently.  Before shipping it off to the new owner of our stove I scanned the manual, thinking it could be a resource for all of the Flair enthusiasts out there.  Click here to download.  Enjoy!

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53 Responses to Frigidaire Flair Manual

  1. The Johnsons says:

    I have a Custom Imperial Flair for sale. Double ovens, rotissarie, ventilation system…etc. Works well, clean, and it is looking for a new home. I love this stove/oven and you will too! I am remodeling my kitchen. I will sell it for $450 OBO. The unit is in Central Oregon.

    • Holly says:

      I have one of these beauties. It is very clean but needs a little repair. Three burners work, the right rear does not. Also the right hand oven doesn’t seem to work. I have not used it personally but tried the elements before removing it. I am in San Francisco area and want this to have a new home. Photos sent at your request. $300. Donna Reed thanks you.

    • kayla says:

      do you have the manual for this or a copy i can buy? thanks kayla

    • adrian says:

      I’m interested

  2. Debbie says:

    I have this stove and love it! The only problem I have right now is the upper element in the small oven is not working. Does anyone know where I can get this replacement part. Part# 5306564823. Any help would greatly be appreciated. Thanks!

    • Pete and Connie Major says:

      Thank you so much for posting the PDF of the manual. It talks about a fuse and that is all I needed to change out for everything to work. It is great to have the manual along with such a fantastic appliance. Again, I appreciate the time you took to post this.

  3. t-bird says:

    Thanks, this might help me get mine going again.

  4. Brynn says:

    I have an original owner’s manual I’d like to sell if anyone is interested?

  5. David says:

    Thank you for the manual

    • Rosa Mills says:

      Did anyone find a manual for this type of Fridgidair stove? I have one that is complete but the larger oven will not come on and the smaller one only heats to 100. Have two smaller units for parts but am needing at least one oven to work correctly

      • Richard Rhoda says:

        I need a wiring diagram too! Any luck? Thank you!


      • Randy Medd says:

        As I was on the verge of buying a new unit, I’ll share my experience. My larger oven, too, wouldn’t come on – this was because I’d accidentally nudged the control knob, moving it away from MAN (aka “manual”). As I’d disconnected the clock mechanism years ago (due to excess noise), the non-manual setting never got enabled. The symptoms are that the red light would not come on (nor would the oven heat) AND the electrical outlet in front lost power too.

        Switching back to MAN saved me a massive amount of hassle.

        Posting this just in case anyone else did the same stupid thing I did….

  6. D. Mccants says:

    Need switch for slide on frigidaire custom imperial flair elec. Stove.pull out burners have a switch that will short out the burners.

  7. kayla says:

    ebay has a switch

  8. Silas says:


    Our Flair has finally reached the end of its serviceable life. It currently sits atop a cabinet. Does anyone have installation instructions or advice on how to remove it? My best guess right now is that it isn’t very movable because it is made of very heavy materials and simply weighs a ton, so I am expecting it can be lifted off the top of the cabinet and isn’t attached to the wall. Any advice is most welcome. Thanks.

    Silas DeRoma

    • Bob Bruckert says:

      If you have a the metal cabinet that is for the range, inside the cabinet underneath the range is a bolt on the right side and another one under the left side the range is attached there to the cabinet,. then the range can be lifted off and it does weigh a ton. You are correct, 4 BIG men can lift it off and sit it on a dolly it is not easy. This one was not attached to the wall either just very heavy

      • Antonina Markoff says:

        My RCIB-645-2 Flair double oven range sits on top of a built-in wood cabinet. It is at the end of its life and I want to remove it. I do not see any bolts through the cabinet from underneath as you describe as with the metal cabinet base. Is there any other location where it would be attached, or should I assume that it is just sitting unattached?

  9. Denise says:

    Thank you soooooooo much!!! I just got mine up and running and have a lot of questions. Was very thankful to find this quickly :o)

  10. Megan Pardeck says:

    I have a fully functional Custom Imperial Frigidaire Flair that we’re selling. It has most if not all of the original accessories (i.e. rotisserie, roasting pans, etc.) and the owner’s manual. I am located in St. Louis, MO.

  11. Denise says:

    I am looking for a manual, for the fridgidaire flair if anyone can help. Thank you. My email.. 🤓

  12. Angie Little says:

    I will be selling my RCIB-645-2 Flair double oven range. Rotisserie option built in.

    Also up for consideration: I have 3 or 4 more in basement for parts.

    Any offers?
    EdwinMcCainMessenger at Gmail

  13. Jim Gaines says:

    Does anyone have a tech manual for the Flair Custom Imperial Model 645? There is apparently a circuit breaker built into the unit but I do not know where to look. Please advise. Jim

  14. Bob Draper says:

    In need of small and large broiler element for RC1-645VN Frigidare Flair Range

    • Steven Meyer says:

      Bob, Can you advise me on how to separate the broiler element from the clips? Thanks,

      • Alda M Draper says:

        Afraid not! A repairman cut his eye and got a bad knot on his head 01/03/2018 trying to get the element out of our range. This occurred when we moved the range out of our built-cabinet onto saw horses. The saw horses crumbled under the weight of the stove. They were supposed to be the best A local big box had. We are blessed the man wasn’t hurt any worse. The range was destroyed when it hit the floor. Good luck. Our range lasted us 49 yrs. We wish we could have bought another one, but had to settle for the traditional range and rework the kitchen cabinets.

        Alda Draper

        Sent from my iPad


  15. Antonina Markoff says:

    My RCIB-645-2 Flair double oven range is at the end of it’s serviceable life. We would be interested if giving it away to someone would like it for parts? Please let me know if you are interested.

    • Bob Draper says:

      Very much interested! Please contact.

      • Antonina Markoff says:

        Great! We are in the San Francisco area. It has been in our family its whole like. We are happy to give it away if you can arrange to have it removed from our kitchen and delivered to you. Does that sound good to you?

      • Bob Draper says:

        We have tried to locate one of the trucking firms in our area to work out a way to get it, but have had no success. We live in Virginia and it is impossible for us to make the trip from one coast to another. Thanks for the offer.

    • adrian says:

      do you guys have any parts left I’m currently looking for a control switch

  16. Ari says:

    I just bought my first house (I’m 30) and the kitchen had this stove with single oven installed. Wow! I think this is so cool! Haven’t used it yet, but looking forward to it. Thanks for the manual, as I needed that.

  17. Steven Meyer says:

    Hello, I am having a problem with my 40″ Frigidaire Customer Imperial oven. On the small oven side (which is the one I use 95% of the time, the broiler element suddenly stopped working. The light still comes on when I turn it to broil, but the element does not get hot. I notice there are 6 Phillips head screws to remove, but I am not sure how to remove the broiler element from the “clips”. Can anyone assist? I have found a used element, but do not want to order it before I can remove the old element. Thanks, in advance for any help! Steve / Dayton OHIO (about 2 miles from where the stove was originally manufactured.)

  18. Judy says:

    I have a custom imperial Frigidaire and the burner unit has been pulled out and will not push back in. What may have broken ?

  19. Karen Lee says:

    Thank you SO MUCH for scanning the manual! I did not know how to get to clean those glass door and now I do! SOOOOOOOOOOOO helpful!

  20. Evelyn says:

    I am trying to locate a gentleman who lives in Memphis, TN who responded to “Frigidaire Flair Manual” in 2017. I have a custom imperial and am looking to buy another one in good shape.

  21. mike says:

    Thank you for making this available!

  22. Patti says:

    Can someone please send me the manual.

  23. Barbara Haschmann Williams says:

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU to the woman who posted the Frigidaire Flair manual for FREE! You are a saint. May you be rewarded 100 times over! (I am a widow who recently married a widower and I am restoring his MCM ranch to its former glory. The basement is total 1960s and has a large living room, small kitchen, full bath, fireplace, play area and bar. I found my Flair in a nearby town and wow, was it a chore getting it into the basement! But it’s there, everything on it works, but I just needed the manual. God bless you BIGTIME!
    BARB in Rochester, NY

  24. Lorie Douglas says:

    What year Flair is this owners manual for ?

  25. Glen Gentry says:

    I have an original FLAIR wall oven Owner’s Guide that seems to cover CUSTOM IMPERIAL RBGH-345, RBGH-335 and Deluxe RBHG-330 (19 pages).; I also have original Installation Instructions for Frigidaire built-in Cooking Tops models RBB-100, RBB-101 and RBB-201 (9pages). if anyone can use them contact me @ Glen in California

    • Barb W says:

      That is so kind of you. I was able to find the manual online when I bought mine last year, and it really helps the new owners so much!

  26. Cindy McNaughton says:

    I found one of the owners manuals. If anyone is interested it’s yours for free! Piece of history.

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