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Kenmore electric oven, single

All electronic controls light up and respond, but oven does not heat up. Broiler does not work. Oven cleaner option locks the door and timer goes on, but oven does not heat up. Can this be diagnosed an fixed by an amateur or do I need to call a professional repair person?

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  • reubenw Aug 21, 2007

    powerman's link is not alive on firefox...too bad...I wanted to see his solution.

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This may be related to the F7 control problem. I can't promise results, but you might try my free and simple fix at the following link: http://fp1.centurytel.net/Powerman/Dreaded F7 Problem.pdf I have shared this with over 1100 folks and most report success. Hope it works for you too. Please let me know at [email protected]

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    Charlie Popeck Aug 21, 2007

    Hi, this is Powerman. I will send my fix to anyone who requests it at [email protected]
    Sorry the link wasn't active. It didn't "print" correctly on the page. It is also viewable on the FixYa website. Check their repair manual section.

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