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Do these ranges have a fuse? Kenmore range 91195291992

The first item to check is the circuit breaker or fuse box. It sounds like you shorted one of the hot wires to ground and that will trip a circuit breaker or blow a fuse. Next, with the range unplugged, remove the back panel and inspect wires going to bake element. You should see a black mark where it shorted. Repair connection if needed. Replace panel and plug back in. Reset circuit breaker or replace fuse and see if unit works. If not, the loud pop could be the control. Good luck!

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My kenmore oven model 316255311 want come on at all but the top of the stove works fine

I suspect the heating element might have burned out - does the broiler work? If "broil" works but "bake" doesn't, then replace the lower heating element.

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may be a shorted element, but could be almost ANY shorted item. Look at the board for a better idea of exactly which relay is blowing and trace it back. Otherwise a complete disassembly and testing of all components will be needed.

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How do I replace the dryer element on my hotpoint auarius wd640 front load all-in-one

Before you replace dryer element, how do you now it is bad and what tells you it is the element and not 3 or 4 other items that could stop the element from heating? If oyu tested the element directly (and this of course is nearly the only way to know if it is bad) then you obviously has access to it and should see what is involved in removing it. So, I believe you do not actually know if the element is bad. You need to search and test all the controlling items that allow the element to heat before condemning it. I believe you need a skilled service person. Goodluck, macgivor

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Jennair model WW2780 Double oven. Top oven will not heat. Turn on with controls and immediately just shuts off again. Assume it is the heating element. Not sure how to replace element and reading advise on...

This is not your heating element. If the element comes on at all, it is not out. This is your electronic control board that is going out.

We have parts and instructions on how to replace the parts on your Jenn-Air oven.

Just contact us at:
and we will get the correct parts out to you asap.

We look forward to getting you cooking again soon!

Nov 07, 2009 | Ovens

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How do I get to the thermal fuse on Whirlpool electric dryer LER4634EQ0

All the heating and temperature control components are located in the back of the dryer. To access, unplug the dryer and remove the exhaust vent hose. Turn the the dryer around so you can view the back and remove the back panel. With the panel removed, the component locations are as follows:

Right-Hand Side:

1. Heating element - located inside the heater box. If bad, the dryer will run, but will not heat. A good reading is about 9 to 13 ohms.

2. Thermal Cut-Out (TCO) - located on the outside of the heater box on the end opposite the heating element terminals. If bad, the dryer will run, but will not heat. A good reading is a short (0 ohms).

3. Hi-Limit Thermostat - located on the outside of the heater box adjacent to the heating element terminals. It works in conjunction with the TCO to help regulate the drum internal temperature. A good reading is a short (0 ohms).

NOTE: If either the TCO or Hi-Limit Thermostat are found to be defective, it is recommended that you replace BOTH components to prevent premature failure. These two components are commonly sold as a set.

Left-Hand Side:

1. Thermal Fuse - located on the blower fan housing. It is a small white plastic looking component with two wires attached. If defective, the dryer will not run at all. If the component is good it should read a short (0 ohms).

2. Internal Bias Thermostat - located on the blower fan housing adjacent to the Thermal Fuse. It has four wires attached to it.

NOTE: All resistance checks should be performed with the component terminal wires disconnected to prevent false readings.

If you have any questions, you can refer to for some helpful exploded view diagrams to assist you. The components I mention are listed under the "Bulkhead" heading as follows:

Item 6 - TCO/Hi-Limit Thermostat replacement kit
Item 15 - Hi-Limit Thermostat sold separately
Item 17 - Heating Element
Item 23 - Thermal Fuse
Item 24 - Internal Bias Thermostat

If you need further assistance, please let me know. I hope this helps you.

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Replacing the bake relay / control panel

If your broiler is working in your oven it could just be your bottom element is burnt out. Ease to check and change. Just look at the element for a bubble or it could be burnt right through. If so remove the element by unscrewing the screws at the back of the element and replace with a new element.

Jul 10, 2009 | GE Spectra JGBP35 Gas Kitchen Range

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After 2.5 years and approc 10 uses the bottom element in the oven went out. Is this an expensive item to replace or can a novice person order the part and replace it.

easy get the model number off the stove,look on top panel back or inside the oven door,call your local appliance part store with model number,remove the back panel and you will see 2 leads for the bottom heating element remove leads,inside oven are 2 screws holding element on remove pull out old element replace with new one,let me know how you did,thanks-mike

Jul 15, 2008 | GE Kitchen Ranges

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