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Oven won't pre-heat

Kitchenaid oven won't pre-heat. Enter the temp on the touch screen e.g. 350 and press the start button. After about 15 seconds the touchscreen readout changes from "350" to "Lo" and the oven does not heat at all

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This is a failed oven temp sensor. the control is not receiving a proper resistance signal from this sensor at this time. the control will shut down the unit if this is the issue. check the oven temp sensors connections form the control to the sensor housing for loose or worn contacts, if the wiring is ok, replace the temp sensor.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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    Michael Masters Sep 24, 2009

    Here is a way to rule out a control issue. By using a ohm meter, check for resistance in the temp sensor. use the meter clips and attach them to the sensor leds. If you can register a proper resistance signal, replace the control(ERC or Clock)

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