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Re: kitchaid Gas range
Heres the thermal fuses thats gone bad its mounted on the back wall of the unit youll need to get behind and remove the panel , unless of course its under 1 yr old then its a warr. issue part#8300802 - THRMST-FIX
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Feb 22, 2014 - Uploaded by Random Repair
Repair - Dead oven after self clean mode, blank display, locked door Kitchen Aid Whirlpool How to repair an ...
hmmm....that interlock is dependent on a temperature sensor, to ensure that no one opens that door when it's too hot inside. I'm assuming that it's still locked, even after the temperature has dropped off?
Sounds like my problem two days ago. I have a Kitchen Aid free standing gas oven/range model KGRI801PWH00.
I read online that the thermo-fuse might've blown. I found the
thermo-fuse after removing the rear panel. It was at the top/center.
Mine is T-O-D (brand) 60F24; Westinghouse #8300802. I ordered mine from
appliancepartspros.com for only $34.75; arrived in 36 hrs with regular
shipping!! Easy to fix, sure beats several hundred $$ to repairman.
Don't bother to call Kitchen Aid - they'll just blow you off just like the hundreds of complaints said that I found online.
the hi-limit thermostat has been tripped. it needs to be replaced and also make sure that the cooling fan is working ok. thermostat is located behind the back panel. looks like a disk the size of a quarter with two wires on it
Happens alot dont feel bad , self clean mode runs the elements at 500 deg. to cook off everything possible , what happens is the cabinet gets to hot and heats saftey temp. fuses until they go out and they are not resetable. they are always located in different areas of ranges but usaully in the back. you can ohm them out to check them if you have a meter.let me know if you have any other questions.
youll need to pull unit out and remove the back cover, probalby 15 screws or so then youll find the thermal fuse located toawrd the top in the middle 2 wires leading to it, ble and white striped. heres the part number to order 8300802.. LIVE WIRES DISCONNECT POWER!!!!!!!!
there is a thermal fuse in the back of the oven that more than likely has tripped during self clean poor air flow around can cause this power surges during self clean can too you have to pull the oven out and remove back panel to find it
On most models, the door stays locked during a self clean, until the temperature returns to normal for safety reasons.
It sounds like your unit may have tripped a breaker during this self clean event. Check your panel for a tripped breaker. If the oven has cooled down, and the lock is still engaged, then we may have a different problem.