Question about KitchenAid KERA205P Electric Kitchen Range
We have a Kitchenaid convection oven (don't have model number on me) that has the push button controls on the front (hate those things!). Anyway whenever I select Bake (not convection) the symbol displayed shows both the top and bottom burners on - like roast mode. Thus I am having trouble baking cakes etc.
Any idea on what I can do besides unplugging the unit so it can reset?
It is going to be a part like this... (control panel)
but your MODEL NUMBER is going to need
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Jul 28, 2007
natural gas or propane? is this a brand new stove? or did this just start happening? is the gas shut off at the oven turned on? there are saftey features that shut off the gas so you dont get hurt. be carfull
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
SOURCE: The convection oven and broiler
Immediately you have a problem by the sounds of it that is related to the heating element that is inside the oven. This is evident from the fact that you say the convection van is rotating but there is no heat being produced. Now in the case of gas ovens, yo WILL CERTAINLY NEED AN APPROVED AND ACCREDITED GAS ENGINEER BY LAW. however, electric ovens are not necesessarily regulated. If the problem is in relation to a gas oven not heating, then either your gas supply or your element/ flame emitter may either be blocked or interrupted. IF THIS IS THE CASE, STOP USING THE DEVICE AND CALL OUT A GAS ENGINEER.
The other possible problem with this device could be to do with the electronic gas regulator (if your oven as one) and this is preventing gas from being recieved into the combustion nozzles within the oven. This regulator controls the amount of gas and the temperature to which the oven is to be heated to. Should this componen malfunction then it is defaulted to switch off, for obvious safety reasons.......These units are replaceable, but may cost a small fortune, and on top of this, it is advisable to call an engineer to fit this part.
You mention that you can notice the fan rotating on the digital display, but if the fan is not actually rotating, then your problem then poiints to an electrical fault which can happen if your appliance is powered on for excessive periods of time (thermal damage). Yet again, the electronics behind ovens are fairly straight forward, and usually its either the replacement of PCBs or elements that will recify many of these faults. But if you do decide to DIY jobby the repair, at least get your work checked out IT COULD SAV YOU ALOT OF MONEY AND EVEN YOUR LIFE!!!
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Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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