Question about Kenmore 30" Freestanding Electric Range Model 9230
Kenmore electric range, model # 911. Broiler element will not shut off unless circuit breaker is shut off. no indicator light on panel is lit and turning the circuit breaker back on does not solve the problem,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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model T, either you have a stuck or shorted broil keypad or the relay on the board is welded closed. Try this, remove the back panel behind the control panel. Make sure the breaker is off to the range. Unplug the keypad ribbon cable to the main board. Power the unit back up. You should get an error code. Now if the broiler still comes on you know you have a welded broiler relay on the board. If the broiler doesn't come on..it's the keypad. Catriver.
Posted on Sep 20, 2007
SOURCE: Kenmore electric range
You need a new mother-board.
I had the same issue, it overheated my kitchen in a matter of minutes. If I didn't turn off the circuit-breaker, I probably would have had a fire - the heat being emitted was intense. The cost is running around $300. with tax and delivery. I'm not sure if I want to repair or purchase a new oven.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
Yes, you can remove the broiler element. Usually they are just plug in after you unseat them If there are wire leads, you must follow them back and remove them from their terminal. If you follow the lead back to the terminal, you may just remove them with a pair of pliers and pull the burner out.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
My first suggestion is to remove the broil and the bake elements from the oven (unplug it or shut off the breaker) and test them with a meter on the OHM setting and see if you have continuity. You can't always tell if they are blown just by looking at them. Secondly, if they both check out alright, I would be looking at the ERC - electronic clock - you have a burnt relay in which case you will need a new one. Depending on where you are you may be able to find a place where it can be rebuilt for about 1/2 the cost of a new one. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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