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Oven won't heat after attempt at self clean (self clean did not run)

We tried to run the self clean this AM and it would not run, display said/says 'door'. Now the oven won't heat.

I saw that that one of the self-clean latches was hitting the door frame. I got it to latch but the display still says 'door'. I then just tried to skip the clean and to bake but it won't. I read some posts that said the thermal fuse was a likely problem but since I know the self clean didn't run, I'm not sure...

The light stays on in the oven. I'm not sure if this is a new problem, but might be related. I saw some whirlpool posts where they said 'hold the door light plunger down for a while and the self clean will resest' but I can't find anything analogous in the oven's door frame.

Appreciate your suggestions

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  • DavidIac Jun 02, 2008

    OK, I'm handy and can work an ohmmeter. Do you have a diagram by chance on how to get to the thermal fuse and what it looks like? How do I check the temp control? fyi both baking and broiling are off...

  • DavidIac Jun 02, 2008

    Kitchenaid KDRP467KSS09 Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas)

  • DavidIac Jun 03, 2008

    There is a door latch assembly. I cannot find the other (door lights switch)

  • DavidIac Jun 06, 2008

    The first person helping me has gone silent

  • DavidIac Jun 06, 2008

    Is a burned fuse obvious or it just so likely that I should do it anyway?

    I'll take the back off this weekend and see. The self clean didn't run at all, so it didn't get hot as part of the self-clean event, but maybe it burned out before.

  • DavidIac Jun 06, 2008

    I thought your last post was 'do you see these parts I've circled?' and my answer is yes I see the latch but not, there is no door-light switch. I don't see a response after that?

  • DavidIac Jun 08, 2008

    Will do. Part is one order; I'll let you now asap as the part is installed

  • DavidIac Jun 09, 2008

    I don't understand what you would have me do next. I have a door latch but there is not light switch

  • DavidIac Jun 11, 2008

    The old fuse showed continuity/no resistance, same as the new fuse, but I replaced it anyway. Unfortunately, the oven didn't heat up. If I turn to self-clean as a test, it still say "door". Next thing to check? Another posting said 'replace the control panel thermal fuse' but I can't seem to find that part...


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If you are looking for the thermal fuse still, you will need to remove the back panel to get to it. Please tell me what the current situation is, what you've tried and what the problem or question is right now. thanks

Posted on Jun 06, 2008

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  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Jun 06, 2008

    Well instead of waiting for a response, these ovens tend to blow the thermal fuse when the self cleaning feature is used (major design flaw). Replacing it should solve your problem, I would call Kitchenaid and complain about this and see if they will send you a free one otherwise it will cost under $50.

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    Benjamin Patri Jun 06, 2008

    here is the part you will need to order


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    there is a diagram with this part there too

    let me know if you need anything else

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Jun 06, 2008

    Kitchenaid dual ovens like this have a habit of blowing this fuse, so that is the most likely problem and will prevent the oven from working if burned out

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    Benjamin Patri Jun 08, 2008

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  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Jun 09, 2008

    sounds good, thanks for the update

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Jun 09, 2008

    light switch? Are you talking to me?

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Jun 11, 2008

    alright, then it seems that the latch that was hitting the door is broken and needs to be replaced as the fuse was fine. If the old fuse showed continuity, then you should have said so as it would be good for sure then.

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    Benjamin Patri Jun 28, 2008

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Hi there,

Kindly check the heating element area esp.. the thermal fuse, and also the temp control for any problem..

Thank you

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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    micromaster Jun 02, 2008

    i want to know first the exacr unit that you have there..?

  • micromaster
    micromaster Jun 02, 2008

    kindly wait...

  • micromaster
    micromaster Jun 03, 2008

    kindly check for this part..

    Let me know here again..



  • micromaster
    micromaster Jun 06, 2008

    if you noticed i have responded on your last post..just take a look when was the date i post my last solution before this one...


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