Question about KitchenAid KHTU165RSS Stainless Steel Kitchen Hood
My retractable vent just stopped working. I did not replace or adjust the vents. I used it one day successfully and the next time that I pressed the button for it to turn on, and nothing happens. I have checked the electrical connection and it is working fine. Any suggestions?
Your drive motor arm is not making contact with either of the two limit switches at 6 and 12 positions. Your arm may be loose, gear stripped, broken bracket. Turn off the power at the breaker panel and remove the vent pipe cover box (4 nuts) see what is going on inside. Tellstar
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
Check for power going into the switch. (you need a meter) If the switch is set to "on" there should be power going in and out. Find a good ground or use the white wire to test. If there is, just follow the path of electricity. If you do not have a meter this is next to impossible to do.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
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