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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is the Membrane switch which is faulty. I had mine replaced once already. These units cannot be repaired, they need to be replaced. Apprently it is very common and you should report this to your local ESA (Electrical saftey authority) this is a very dangerous problem. The ESA can have this item recalled if enough people lodge a complaint. The round Stove top knobs on these Ranges also have a tendency to switch on when bumped, very dangerous too.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
sure you can relace yourself, the part number, if you dont already have from previous repairs can be obtained fromthe sears website, or by calling manufacture direct. as far as a schematic there should be one located behind the range.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
SOURCE: electric igniters dont shut off
Remember to turn the control knob past the "LITE" setting once the burner fires.
If that is not the issue you have one or more defective spark switches.
Each valve has its own switch wired in series with the others.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
no.. u must replace the touch pad assrmbly that whole unit.... i think u have a jds9860aab i believe... the part number u would need would be 74005750 it is for sale through sears at $272.00... u might need service.. u can take a look at part at repairclinic.com just type that part number in. ohhh also i believe this is a backordered part so most companies would prob take 2-3 weeks to get soo hope this helps..
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
From what I've read, the igniter is most often the problem and was with my KitchenAid Supra oven, Here are some details to help you do the actual repair by knowing where everything is located.
1. The oven has 2 igniters: one for the broiler (located at top inside of oven) and one the "overall" oven igniter (located underneath the heat shield on bottom of oven; remove 4 screws to get to it).
2. Do visual test to see if your broiler igniter works versus your oven igniter. It will glow orange if working. This is a good way to focus on the source of the problem (i.e., if no glow, then it may very well be the igniter).
3. Order new igniter. The site repairclinic.com shipped mine very fast.
4. To install: pull oven away from wall, unplug, and remove inside panel on back (not entire back panel but, rather, panel that is in the middle of the back). Here, you can access one of the two igniter wires. You can access the other wire by removing the storage shelf on the bottom of the oven. Snap the old ones off. Unscrew the igniter from inside the oven, Snake new wires through back.Screw new igniter in place. Put everything back in place and you are done!
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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