Question about Kenmore 30169 Electric Single Oven
Our oven is under 2 years old and will not heat to anymore than 250 degrees. This just started
First thing to do would be to check (or call an electrician) to see if the electricity supply is still adequate. occasionally corrosion or rodents or similar can effect the voltage to the oven. usually with this problem if it was the oven itself it could be the thermocouple - the device that tells the oven what temperature it is at - usually a small metal tube (sometimes with a bulbous part along it) that will stick through a hole in the oven wall somewhere (often near the top). If you can identify this thermocouple then just see if it has been somehow bent or pushed closer to where the heat enters the oven - sometimes these can be gently bent back and will usually have a clip to hold it in place. Another route would be to contact their service reps direct on: http://www.sears.com/sr/misc/sears/custserv/custserv_index.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=Yes&vertical=SEARS Hope it helps :)
Posted on Feb 27, 2007
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