Question about Kitchen Ranges
Model no.#362.7351892 and serial no.# is: 2M205872P I've been told they hardly have it anymore and when I do find one it's $200 dollars or more and I can't do that......I will just get a different stove if it's that costly.
That's a SEARS Kenmore range, and yes, thermostats and some other parts can be costly. Check around the web using the part name or number maybe you can find cheaper.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The oven on my Whirlpool
You do not know if it is a lose connection, that is just an easy diagnosys from somebody that did not want to waste much time on the problem.
When Oven is not heating check:
Wirings and connections.
You need to test parts and wiring with a multimeter.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
Serial number labels are usually located in any one of a number of places -
Under the cooktop in one of the corners
Inside the oven door frame (not on the door)
Behind the bottom drawer pullout on the oven, left hand side
If this unit is anything less than 20 years old, there will be a label somewhere.
Reply back you findings and I can give you more information as to how to repair, and we can identify part numbers. You might also try www.repairclinic.com and see if you can drill down through parts when only knowing the manufacturer.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
If it is labeled like the other VGIC stoves, the serial number is on the left hand side of the burner box (stovetop). Remove the left side surface burner grates, burner bowl and grate supports.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
According to your notes, I believe the Oven heating element is damaged and may need replacement.
After some years of use, the heating element may short circuit and/or break. If you have experience on electric repair, check the resistance of the heating element. If it is open, replacement is needed. If the heating element does have resistance (not zero) then possibly the relay or control board may be damaged. (I hope not, control board is quite expensive).
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
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