Question about Kenmore 99123 Electric Kitchen Range
I have a Sears Kenmore Elite Oven 790.99123405. The Clock/Timer module shorted out and caught fire while in use. The module is a two board set (sandwich style) and the short/fire was located at the K4 relay which provides power to the oven burners. The short/fire literally lifted several layers of the PCB.
I purchased kit #5304455004.
Note: If you enter the part number directly at Sears Parts Direct, they now report the part as unknown. But the link still works!!!
I originally ordered the kit from Sears and it was back ordered with no availability date so I canceled the order (that was a horror story by itself). I then found the kit at RepairClinic.com.
The kit contains:
Item 20 Clock/Timer PN 316418750
Item 97 Power Board PN 316272402
Item 97A User Interface Board PN 316271801
I replaced all three boards. The four burner displays come up with PF when I plug the oven in and the clock starts at 12:00 and also displays PF - All normal operation.
I can clear the PF errors at each of the four burners and each stove top burner operates normally including the displays.
However, I can't clear the PF, set the clock, turn on the oven or do anything with the Center Console Keypad inputs.
My original Clock/Timer module is a Rev L module and the replacement is a Rev J module. The new Rev J module "talks" to the four burners (via the Control Panel Assy) but not to the center keypad which controls the Clock/Timer and oven (also the Control Panel Assy).
Is there a S/W issue with the Rev L/Rev J Clock/Timer board talking to the Control Panel Assy PN 5303935249 or did the Control Panel Assy get fried when the Clock/Timer shorted out and caught fire?
Note that the physical location of the short/fire was behind the center keypad section of the Control Panel Assy which controls the clock and oven. Also, the Clock/Timer module is encased by a plastic housing so there was no direct contact of the flames to the Control Panel Assy.
Also, is this a common problem with this model oven?
The PF indicates a power failure.
The range experienced a loss of electrical power.
This code is usually cleared by pressing the CLEAR/OFF button.
If you continue to get this code, you may need to unplug the range and check the wiring connections of the power cord on the back of the range.
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Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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