Since last couple of weeks, I found oven to be turned on itself. I tried unplugging and checking the programing but no use. So I finally disconnected the AC line.I think it may be a control panel problem? By the way, when it is plugged, display is erotic and few lines are not displaying. Any suggestions? Thank
Buy the simple gas stove this new techonology is just a money making. control boards and all the parts are so exppensive that a simple white or black model will work just the same. boards run from 180 to 280 depending where it is purchase, but replacing the board it does not solve the problem but why the board went bad?????? and you put a new board and the new goes bad againg then what....
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Unfortunately, 9752834A is not a model number for the KitchenAid Superba. Usually the model number will have 4-5 letters, 3 numbers, 2-3 more letters and then a final number. Look inside the oven door for a plaque with the model number. With the correct model information, you can see if the lens cover is available.
We have a gas kitchenaid KGST307HBL9 and the touch pad is blank, but we discovered that you can still touch the buttons and it will work. (example touch bake; temperature; start). It will beep when the target temperature is reached. Just so we don't forget and leave the oven on, we turn the oven light on as our signal. A little work, but not wanting to "fork" out the money at this time to repair. Also, if you are handy RepairClinic.com has many items and can also answer question. We've used them for several of our appliance repairs.
Always preheat your oven and let it cycle at least 2 times. Your unit may show 350 but the manufactures know that it is not 350. When it registers preheated, it really means that it is at an acceptable temperature to start cooking. If you think that it may not be calibrated correctly, your owner's manual will have instructions on how to recalibrate your oven. You will be able to raise or lower the temperature by + 25 degrees or - 25 degrees. As far as the gas smell, you will from time to time smell a gas smell with a gas oven especially if you are right at it when it ignites. If you are smelling gas when it is not in use then you should be extremely concerned.
I had the same problem 1 week after I had the range installed. Called Sears (where I bought it) and they had a tech come out. Tech took a look and said there was nothing they could do, that the entire range needed to be replaced. So the replacement just arrived yesterday, they installed it and the fan inside the oven has been running non-stop ever since. Time to call Sears again. So frustrating. Are these ranges lemons??
Are you talking about the oven pan at the bottom of the oven? If so, the part number may be 1059318 and costs about $50. You can find parts for your range at repairclinic.com. Just type in your model number in the search window. There is an extensive pictorial part index with price infomration. Unfortunately, this part did not have a photo with it.
Guy, your missing some letters at the end of the model but I compared 4 different gas slide in's starting with KGST307 and the part numbers are bake ignitor 9751123 and broil 9751784. Catriver..post back