Question about KitchenAid KEBC107 Electric Single Oven
Looks like we have joined the already frustrated group with the same problem. We used the self cleaning function last weekend and now are unable to get any heat in the oven. Great product - horrible result after cleaning it. Is changing the fuse on the back truly our first step? Any help is appreciated.
Can you describe the symptoms in a little more detail? Do you get the infamous F1 error on the display? Certainly the fuse is a good first check, it provides current for the heating elements but not the control circuit. If the oven control lights up, and the relays click when you try to bake ... good chance it's the fuse.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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