I HAD MY KENMORE ELECTIC RANGE SITTING IN THE BASEMENT FOR 4 YEARS AND JUST BROUGHT IT UPSTAIRS AND PLUGGED IT IN SO WE COULD USE IT AGAIN. THE ELECTRONIC DISPLAY IS ALL LIT UP AND WONT RESET. WE PUSH ALL THE BUTTONS AND CANT GET THE CLOCK OR OVEN OR ANYTHING. EVERY LIGHT ON THE ELECTRONIC DISPLAY IS LIT...WHAT CAN I DO., IS THERE A RESET BUTTON??
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it sounds like the clock assy. cooked or there's a shorted wire somewhere,did the bake element crack or short out?this also can take out the clock assy.if the part is 150 dollars that 's not bad,some of them cost 300 or more.good luck with your oven,also you should have an electrician come in and put the stove on it's own electrical line.
It sounds like your little Computer has lost its settings, and needs to be reprogrammed, you need your manual which came with this Range to do it yourself, or you need to call in a service technician. It wont be too expensive,because it can be re sett pretty fast.
take the shipping materail out,,remoce the 4 bolts on back of machine,,the washer should of came with a little wrench...after removing shipping bolts put the 4 white sluggs or vcaps in hole ,,pull bolts with rubber or plastic grommet..onthejob
I have the same model. After a recent power outage, the display completely lit then went blank. Turnign on one of the elemetns would pwoer up the display (clock). turning off the element would turn OFF the display. I pulled out the stove and reseated the power plug. I also reset the 50a breaker in the basement for 5 mins. When I put everything back in place, it worked. I'm not sure if this is coincidence or not. I'm guessing it's short term and I'll see the problem again, but for now... I had sticker shock when I looked at the price of new repalcements. I don't expect problems with a 4 year old appliance.
Circuit board defective
Replace control board
1. The oven temp has risen above 665F and the door is not locked or 2. The temp has risen above 965F with the door locked
1. Check oven temp in mode that failure occurred. Replace EOC (Electronic Oven Control) if above limits 2. Check 8-pin connector. Check and replace oven temperature sensor if necessary
Oven temperature sensor is open (above 3000 ohms)
Check resistance of oven temperature sensor, check for open wiring between oven temperature sensor and control
Oven temperature sensor is shorted (below 500 ohms)
Check resistance of oven temperature sensor, check for shorted wiring between oven temperature sensor and control
Internal watchdog circuit has detected a failure
Defective EOC (Electronic Oven Control)
Check push buttons and dome switches on control
Logic interrupted (lock motor switch sequence)
Check door lock switches and wiring
Most likely problem is the oven temp. sensor. Should check around 1100 ohms at room temp. I would replace that first because it is the easiest and cheaper than an oven control.
Tom, generally a f1 code implies a control problem. The tech sheet gives 3 possible causes. 1. A shorted keypad, solution to replace electronic control. 2. Controls internal checksum has become corrupt, solution is to unplug for 30 seconds, if the code comes back, replace the electronic control. 3. Control has sensed a overheating condition, relay on the board may have shorted out. Each one recommends replacing the control board. The part I have for this model number is 316127903. Says it's grey. Catriver..post back.