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Oven not heating KitchenAid KERC506HWH3

The oven does not heat. Everything on the range works including the display. When you turn on the oven you can hear clicking noises but it will not activate the heating elements. I tried all the combinations of convection, bake, preheat and broil. Is this a problem with the oven sensor or the control panel? How do I tell? How do I test the sensor to see if it is working?

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    Lucky Billings Aug 01, 2007

    As it turns out the range is made in Canada. That model has a fuse built into a wire leading to the control panel. It can blow and cause this problem. I replaced the wire with the American version which does not have said fuse in it and it works. The solution came from the local repairman not me and he said that it was not likely I would have found it. This is only a problem with the Canadian version.

  • steve4reno Mar 09, 2008

    I have the same problem, Which Wire has the fuse?

  • steve4reno Mar 09, 2008

    My problem is the same, I will replace the fuse to protect the oven from another electrical surge we had duringa storm.



    I just need to know where it is located, which line, If I can find it I can find a replacement.



    Is it a LIKE A THERMAL LINK OR JUST A REGULAR INLINE FUSE

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If this cooker is fitted with a clock check that it is not set to delay start mode(auto) if it is reset clock and this will resolve problem

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