Question about Kenmore 95822 / 95824 / 95829 Electric Kitchen Range
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem lies within your oven control board. This is very common and are not very hard to replace but they are expensive. You can check the price of a new control board at sears parts.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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Well if you have a belt drive model then your wigwag solenoid is probably bad. This shifts the tranny into the spin and open the drain flap on the pump. If you have a newer beltless model then i would say your drive coupling is probably shot. Post the model number in the comment box for a more precise answer mon ami.
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Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Hard wiring is O.K. and really better because you don't have to fool with the plug and the loss of or poor connection there. You can just turn the power off at the breaker. Without knowing what the F9 error code is, you may have a problem with the board inside the control panel. To get the door open, try to push and hold door closed at the same time. This may loosen the tension on the closer and allow it to open. Pull the lever to open it. If not, try to moderately tap on the door where it latches and it may open then. Next, slide a thin screwdriver into the latch and free it up there. Once the door opens, I believe your oven will work. The oven believes it is in the self clean mode. When you get the door open, turn on the oven with the door open and it should heat. If it does not, check the wiring in the back and you may find that one of the wires has burned off the control switch for the oven. I know this sounds like a lot, but it should save you a tech call and a couple of hundred dollars. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
The thermal fuse may be blown. The fuse is a white plastic item located behind the back cover on the blower box housing. It has two blue leads attached to it.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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