Question about KitchenAid KERC507 Electric Kitchen Range
The surface elements and convection fan all work, and the control
panel, including displays appears fine. The oven, however, doesn't get
hot. Info on the Web talked about similar problem being caused by
in-line fuse in a particular power cable.
I turned circuit breaker off and looked inside back of unit. Found cable, and removed shrink wrap. Snipped one end of lead going into fuse (to break circuit) and tested fuse with meter. Fuse is no good.
Question 1: Where can I get a replacement, and should it be ok to just replace the in-line fuse (it has thin wires protruding from each end, which were crimped to the heavier insulated red wire), or should the whole power cable be replaced?
Question 2: Where can I get the above part (fuse and/or cable)? A Web search didn't turn up any of the type fuse (Littelfuse 20A 250V 324). I'm in the US if that makes a difference re parts availability.
Thank you for your help!
REPLACE THE BAKE IGNITER !!! ( its the part that glows when you turn oven on to bake). PLEASE RATE THIS !
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
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