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BOTH LAMPS WENT OUT AT THE SAME TIME in my kitchen aid built-in electric convection oven KEBC107, but they are not burned out

I removed the two lightbulbs. they don't look burned out. What could happen in the wiring of the oven that would cause a failure of the interior lights?

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if you put your volt meter leads across the bake element you should be getting 240 volts when its in the bake cycle.

Its sounds like the control board is bad.i suggest you call a local repairman...

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SOURCE: KitchenAid Built-in microwave middle glass shattered

not a problem, first you can refer to your user manual as to how to remove door, (pg 21) heres a link if you misplaced it.
http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/assets/pdfs/literature/Use%20and%20Care%20Guide%20-%204456573.pdf

then Ill include this link as well, which is apart breakdown for your GENERAL oven, and i do this so you can see the different panes of glass( ther are 4 of them inthe oven door, each one different so ordering hte right one will be half the battle. http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/assets/pdfs/literature/Repair%20Part%20List%20-%208186032.pdf
the numbers after you model example, kemc308kss** (01,02,03,04) these last 2 digits will also determine which glass you actually have

http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/product_literature/search_results.jsp?searchTerm=kemc308kss&siteCd=WHRCOM
Once the door is off and you have the correct glass, changing the glass is nothing more then reomving screws from the door frame, layer by layer until you get to the broken pane, not real difficult at all

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SOURCE: How do I remove the built in oven to replace the

there are no internal fuses, chk your houses main power panel and stove plug to make sure you have 240 volts for proper unit operation

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SOURCE: We don't know how to turn the oven on! It is a

I fussed with all the knobs and figured it out!( wording on the knobs are gone) but we have it now! I was afraid of ruining something but ended up going for it! Thanks for following up. Lyn

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SOURCE: we installed kitchen aid microwave convection oven

Turn the power to the oven off. It usually is not possible to unplug the power chord for the built-in appliances so go to the main switch board and just turn off the oven power for about 5 minutes and then turn on the switch. The error code should disappear. Mine did!
Chander Mehta

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