Question about Whirlpool SF367 Gas Kitchen Range
I have a SR379 whirlpool gas range. The burners and broiler work fine. During the preheat cycle, the gas clicks on and off never reaching the desired temp. This problem occurred after cleaning the oven then turning the gas off for a few months. After running the burners on top for a few minutes (in case there was air in the line) the preheat cycle worked, but the problem reoccurred again later that day. The sensor on top is clean without residue. I just can't pinpoint the issue. Any suggestions?
You need to replace the temp. sensor. It's not reading correctly. These occasionally go when you use the self clean as the range gets up as high as 900 degrees. Replace it and it will solve the problem
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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