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My oven will only bake something on 500 degrees or broil.

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  • flarrn Nov 08, 2010

    Kenmore model number is 9114552091

  • flarrn Nov 08, 2010

    I have a Kenmore electric oven model number 9114552091 and can only bake on 500 and broil. What part do I replace?

  • flarrn Nov 08, 2010

    Kenmore Model #9114552091

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This is usually a problem with the control module.. basically the brain of the unit. What is the make / model of your oven?

Please let me know and I can help you out here.. just reply to my answer here.

Thanks
Tim

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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    Tim Grayson Nov 08, 2010

    It does not appear to be available anywhere online currently, it is the control panel module... the actual "brain" of the device. You may want to check with local repair shops to see if they can order it for you, everywhere online is out of stock on it and won't let you "back-order" it which is a bad sign. It may not be available any longer for whatever reason.

    Tim

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Happy to work this throgh but need the full model number of the oven.
Could be something wrong with the thermostat.

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

  • Sam Nov 08, 2010

    wondering why you rejected my solution when I was still asking the model number.



    cmmiuser01

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