Question about Kenmore 47702 / 47704 / 47709 Electric Single Oven
Heard a noise when tried to switch element on, I looked at the fuses and they were blown. I tried new fuse, and it got blown again the moment i switched it on. Short-circuit? How can i fix this? Thank you.
OK 1 D/C the power to stove. 2 get an olms meter and remove the burners, 3 Put one test wire on the wire to elements wiring other end to plug. . turn on burner switch and see if you get 0 ohms reading if so good cercert. if not bad. move the test lead to each of the 3 plug prongs. before you move to the next wire to the element./ You trace them all you will find your short. also inspect all wire for brakes that could be touching metal. Hope this helps mike
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Kenmore oven
This issue can occur due to faulty relay on the oven control board or due to a faulty oven temperature sensor. Use a multimeter to check for resistance of the sensor, use RX1 or RX10 setting. Make sure that the reading of the oven temperature sensor is between 1080 and 1120 ohms at room temperature. Please check part#43 (temperature sensor)---
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Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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