Question about Kitchen Ranges
SOURCE: main door handle
what's the serial numbber of the machine??that will determine the series you will need, you say oyou hav a series 11 so im assuming your seial starts with 11*********, in which case use the series 10 handle, series refers to a revision in design, next revision shows up at serial 13**********.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
For the element you could check at www.repairclinic.com
with respect to replacing the heating element you did not say which one it was (bake or broil). But you should be able the replace the elements by (first unplugging the unit) removing the scews from the panel at the back of the unit. Once removed you should have access to the "stab on" connectors - undo them then undo the two screws that secure the element inside the unit. replace with new one and reconnect and redo screws
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
We had the same problem. We had some tough epoxy that we squirted into the bolt holes, then screwed the bolts in. It took two of us, one to hold the door together and one to screw in the bolts. We didn't use the oven until the epoxy set, but now we no longer have a problem with the door falling apart every time we open the oven door!
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
This is absurd! I have the same problem with a Kenmore that I bought less than 5 years ago. I rarely use the oven, but the handle has fallen off twice in the past 8 months. The solution seems to be to BUY new parts--and of course they will be costly. Is this planned so the company and the service department can make money??
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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