Question about Kenmore Kitchen Ranges
This IS something you can fix
There are three likely causes, in most common occurence
there are fuses in the rear control console that blow
the socket does wear and require replacement
the temperature controller wires come loose, or the control fails.
check first for fuses
second swap the cables from the controller of the burner that doesnt work, to another controller to test if it is the controller or the socket.
if the burner still does not work, the socket is dead
the local parts store, or even a hardware store, will have the parts, even if branded frigidaire or ge or generic instead of kenmore, (Sears service is expensive and slow) many models of stove use the same socket, element, controller, clock, circuit board
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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