Question about Kenmore 92812 / 92814 Electric Kitchen Range
The only control for the oven is the clock and some model's do have a hi limit on the backk of oven . if the last thing you did when using oven was the cleaning cycle then i belive the hi limit may have opened the power line . couldn't find a wiring dig for model 970-9532201 .. but do ck the wiring on the back of range and i think you will see the disc type thermo . hope this helped mm and thanks for using fix-ya .. ps ck you model # and get back if more help is needed mm
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
Problem is likely the temperature sensor probe, located inside the oven cavity. A test can be done reading Ohms at the probe terminals and jumping the probe.
Model number was incomplete. I think this is your model, please check the number. Here parts and diagrams, please ensure number is correct: 79095322301.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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