Question about Kenmore Ovens
My just over 1 year old wall oven ran out of gas the other day when refilled it would not do anything it just disre played the #4 we reset the breaker thinking it might need to be reset then nothing it was like dead.
Just yesterday it was flashing the time so I reset the clock and turned on the oven to see if it would work it lite seeing I was not using it I turned it off, when I went to use it today it started to perheat at 350 degrees but it soon displayed the #0 and the fire turned off. please help the warranty ran out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wall Oven won't work
I tried randomly pushing 2 buttons at a time, and when I pushed "Timer Off/On" and "Cancel" together it unlocked and is now working fine. The following day it beeped a lot for an hour or so (must have been catching up on previous pushes) but now is back to normal.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
The plug receptacle may be bad. Check the plug for proper tension. If feels loose, have the receptacle replaced. Inspect the plug for discoloration. (a sign of a bad receptacle)
Posted on May 31, 2008
SOURCE: Whirlpool Wall Oven not working
It is likely the Thermal Cut-Off (TCO) fuse, which for many Whirlpool ovens is located on the back of the unit. Turn the circuit breaker for the oven OFF first. You'll need to remove the trim on the left and right side of the oven (2 screws) and then remove the screws holding the oven in the wall. You can locate it easy enough by looking for the thermal fuse on any of the major appliance part websites. The test is simple enough if you have an Ohm meter, as it will be an open circuit if it is blown. There is only one fuse (normally) so if it is blown neither the bake or broil element will work. There should be a Tech Sheet located behind the control panel which will help, but if you don't feel comfortable doing this call a service tech.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
SOURCE: F3 and flashing on Kenmore oven
HI. this is a basic temp sensor issue. the oven control is programmed to cease operations if it dose not receive any resistance signals for the temp sensor during high heat situations.
Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
It will help to know what f2 & f3 stand for. These are fault codes and there usually is a tech sheet taped to the back of the oven, or inside the control compartment of the oven. If you open thecontrol area, you can look at the sheet and know what failed by the list of fault codes. Unfortunetly, it could be the control board again (these are very fickle electronics), or it could be the oven lock mechanism,or the overheat sensor that keeps telling the fan and other components to stay in their operating mode. it is like the domino effect: one item goes flukey and the rest fall prey to the results. Good luck, Macgivor
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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