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No heat after self-cleaning

My problem matches all of yours. KitchenAid Model KEBC107KSS05
We used the self-cleaning feature for the first time and now it will not heat up, yet all the controls work normally.
I will yank it out tomorrow.
This is a long-term known problem and it does not look like there is an upgraded part. Typical.

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This was my exact problem. Our oven is almost identical, but mine so this could likely be the same fix. Check the details here:
This post was helpful as well: here.

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SOURCE: After using self cleaning feature...oven door

Hello - we have had this same issue a number of times as well. Do you lose all power on the unit too? We do - have discovered that using the self-cleaning isn't really a good idea with these ovens. The ovens aren't really made to heat to such high heats that are used in the cleaning cycle and during that last hour of cleaning it hits it highest peak - and it blows it's fuses. We recently blew 2 fuses at the same time, locking both doors (Double oven) and knocking out the power for the entire unit. Our repair man said that the average on wall ovens is anywhere between 6 - 12 cleanings before you will blow the same fuses and the whole cycle starts all over again. Our expense was $350. So, self-cleaning now means elbow grease around this house. How this information was a bit helpful for you.

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