Question about Kitchen Ranges
On the burner there is a small hole in the part that fits around the ignitor. Make sure that the little small hole is clear.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
The high temperatures generated in the self cleaning process can easily damage oven internal parts. Parts that get frequently damaged are the door latch, the temperature sensor, and the wiring to oven electronic control.
Before testing, ensure that the system is not simply locked because of incorrect settings (eg. self cleaning cycle not complete). Try first tripping the circuit breaker to cut off power for a couple of minutes, and try restarting the self cleaning cycle. Depending on the model you may also need to hold down the oven knob or perform some similar operation to reset the oven after disconnecting power.
If that does not work (often it does not), then testing will start from door lock switch, and will follow with the temperature probe testing. Both parts can be easily tested by running a controlled oven cycle with the part's contacts jammed.
I can be more specific on parts and testing procedure if you give me the complete model number of the appliance, as written in the service tag.
Here help finding your model number.
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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