Question about Kenmore Ovens
Are you sure you got the right sensor for your model. Most sensors are thermistors that change resistance with the amount of heat applied inside the oven. Their resistance reading at room temp is different for every brand and model out there. So if you got the wrong one you would have the exact problem you describe. But you could also have a defective main control board since that is what senses the resistance of the sensor. If the sensor IS the right one then I suspect the main control unit where you set the oven temps.
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GE JTP56 Double Oven
Hello there, This may be related to the F7 problem even if you are not getting an error message. Go to my web site at the following link: Please let me know if this works for you. I have sent my fix to over 1300 folks. Good Luck, Powerman
This may be related to the F7 problem even if you are not getting an error message. Go to my web site at the following link:
Please let me know if this works for you. I have sent my fix to over 1300 folks.
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
Simply set the Clock and Delay Start to the current time, then set the Stop Time ahead 3 hours. For example, if it is currently 8:00 then set the Stop Time to 11:00. The lights on the console will come on and the cleaning cycle will begin. At some point during the cycle when the oven gets hot enough, the lock mechanism is "fixed" and will not release until the cycle is complete.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
next to last page in your manual
Adjusting Oven Temperature
Oven temperature has been factory calibrated and tested. If
oven consistently over or under cooks food, adjust thermostat.
Oven temperature can be increased or decreased 35°F. To
avoid over adjusting oven, move temperature 5°F each time.
1. Push BAKE pad.
2. Press + pad until an oven temperature greater than 500°F
shows in display.
3. Immediately push and hold, approximately 5 seconds,
BAKE button until “00” appears.
4. Press + or - arrow pad to adjust oven temperature.
• To increase oven temperature (for a hotter oven), Press
pad until a positive number appears in display.
• To decrease oven temperature (for a cooler oven),
Press pad until a negative number appears in display.
5. Press OVEN CANCEL pad to save adjustment.
• Setting is saved if power fails or is disconnected.
heres a link to the entire manual if needed
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: Oven won't heat.
Thanks for the tip. Had the same problem, everything seemed to work except for the heating elements. Removed the vent cover inside the door just below the control panel. Found the reset button and also found one of the large black power wiires had come loose from its connector. Turned off the power at the breaker box, checked for voltage with a meter and re-attached wire connector with insulated pliers. Oven works now. Lets call this failure "poor workmanship at Dacor".
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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