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Sparks flew out EOC for Kenmore model 790.90819404

I had preheated the oven for about 10 minutes. When I turned the timer on, the display sparked and the whole oven won't work. My husband pulled the EOC off and it was burned where the bake wire goes in. We replace the EOC and put the wires in the correct location and oven still doesn't work. Any suggestions?

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  • adams_dubose Jan 08, 2009

    No the EOC does not light up.

  • artiacousmc May 11, 2010

    Does the EOC light up when powered on? If so, could you turn the breaker off, unplug 1 wire from the bake element and carefully place it away from any metal, turn breaker back on, then turn on the bake at EOC. Using multimeter, take voltage reading from unplugged wire and the other plugged in wire at element. What's the reading?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    how do the wires go.. yellow blue black, or blue yellow black?

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Check for voltage between L1 and neutral if you have 120v the the eoc should work. if you do not you may have a bad terminal block.


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Replaced the EOC and reset the breaker.

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