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Kenmore 41392 My newly installed oven does not heat at all.It clicks back and forth every 10 seconds or so.The front display panel functions properly and says it is baking at whatever temp you set.Once bale is selected it then starts clicking back anf forth and does not heat

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  • Anonymous May 27, 2008

    Same problem. Newly installed oven in newlt contructed home. Control panel shows everything is working, but neitherthe top or bottom ovens will heat up. Tried running with and without convection, broil only, etc, and nothing heats.

  • Anonymous Jun 03, 2008

    Similar issue,

    Just installed brand new double oven.

    Display shows everything normal but top oven does not heat at all.

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Sound like an issue woth the main control bboard, i would call sears for facory serviece sence it is new nothing that you have done to cause this

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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