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Your outlet may need replacing. I have been replacing all the outlets here, the installer did not attach the power wires to the screw on the outlet, he just jammed them into a hole in it, the lazy way.
Plug something into the same outlet, if it runs slow or dim, that's your problem.
Turn off the breaker before you mess with an outlet.
Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today.Yes it can also be a bad relay on the compressor.But most times if the freon leaks out the compressor runs cold.Usually hot when grounded failed compressor or failed relay.
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daddysgirl, You do not indicate the model number or the age of the stove. Early model self clean stoves used a 'oven lock door handle.' Later model stoves do not use such a handle but is electronic. I believe this is the one that you own. You also don't indicate it the door is indeed "LOCKED" or does the console just says that it is locked. If you press START... does the oven actually come on and heat to desired temperature? If not... I believe that you have a touchpad control problem. You can unplug your stove from the wall or turn off the stove's 220VAC 50 amp circuit breaker located in your main electrical panel. If possible leave off over nite and then reapply power the next morning. If you still have the same oven contol problems, then you will have to replace your oven Electronic Control Module (ECM). It sounds like the "touchpad" portion is defected but unfortunately it usually comes as a part of the ECM. The oven ECM is very expensive ($150-275. retail) plus labor to install. Hopes this helps you! HandyHenry
By manually moving the ejector blades you have now broken the ice maker module. (The brain and the motor of the icemaker). Kitchenaid had a batch of thermostats that arent working properly in these Indoor ice makers. I reccommend getting an entire new IDIM icemaker. You will have the improved module whith stronger gears (however you still cannot manually move them) and the improved thermostat.