Question about KitchenAid KDRP407HSS Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look on the back of the oven for a tech sheet. This will tell you what the code means and what to check. May be an oven temp. sensor or oven control bad. Can't remember what f7 is without looking at the tech sheet.
Posted on Oct 06, 2007
SOURCE: kitchen aid stove problem
First...be sure you cut power to the stove before you do anything. This is 220 volts and it can kill you. 220 Volts is based on two different lines of power coming to the stove, each of which is 110 volts...but opposite each other in phase. This may mean that some power to the stove is on and some is not. Let's go on.
I suspect a few things: First, the coil control for the burner is probably finished. What I also suspect is that it opened one of the two breakers (they are usually tied together in the panel and are either 40/50/60 amp units) causing some lights but no action.
What to do: Reset the breakers as a pair by turning them off and on. If one snaps off, you have a problem at the stove. If not,...which I doubt...you're in business.
Let's look at replacing the control. Shut the breakers. Now, take the burned control and remove it. Note the wiring positions if they are not on a plug. If they are terminals, tape the ends. Now, reset those breakers. If the other burners work, replace the control. Take the old one to the parts store. If it doesn't work, look around the burned area for broken wires. Repair and tape them up. Try again. Oh, and don't let anyone touch the stove while you're working with those breakers.
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
SOURCE: glass top stove hard to work
Glas tops usually detect both heat and time of unit on cycle. notice how burner turns on and off when on lower settings. the biggest issue i get on glass tops is cookware. the cookware should "FLAT!!" bottoms, owners manual suggests using a straight edge to determine. I have tested very expensive cookware ($200 a pot) and it seems to not be flat enough. much expensive cookware is designed to be used on gas tops. pans should also be of a medium weight. I tell people before they buy a glass top, plan on spending nearly as much on your cookware as on the range. A good set of Calphalon (not an advertisement) non-stick is about $500 -$600.
The top has built in sensors that shut the burner down when heat is trapped in an air pocket under the pan. this causes the burner to shut down prematurely and take much longer to cook.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
SOURCE: Model KDRP407HSS4. The display
Here is the main support page for that model showing the detailed schematic diagrams and the parts lists with prices:
Double check the circuit breakers at the house's main electrical panel and ensure that you are getting the correct voltage at the oven's electrical supply outlet.
Also try pressing the cancel button or setting the clock time on the oven control unit.
If resetting the circuit breakers does not clear the PF error code fault condition, then you probably need a new Oven Control Unit ($200) which is labelled item 5 on the Control Panel Parts diagram.
If the unit is still under warranty I would contact your local service representative and arrange a service call. If the warranty has already expired, then unless you are confident and comfortable disassembling a significant portion of your oven to carry out a moderately difficult repair, I would contact a local appliance technician and have them do the work.
Thank you very much and good luck.
Posted on May 12, 2011
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