Question about KitchenAid KGSA906PSS Gas Kitchen Range
HELP I was self cleaning my oven this am and in the middle of cleaning it just shut down! I unplugged it and repluged it in and still nothing. The stove works but the oven is LOCKED shut and the panel is blank! Please help any all suggestions appreciated!
Small Success! Self-cleaning cycle/thermo fuse problem
For the second time when I used the self cleaning cycle on my Kitchen Aid Gas Range the unit shut down, the door locked and front panel was blank.
This time I did talk to the KitchenAid ‘executive management team’ who were very friendly and helpful and said they would fix my stove – free of charge, which they did.
KitchenAid say that they are unaware of this as an ongoing, common problem.
Will everyone who has had this fault or those who will have it in future please call again to KitchenAid directly and insist on speaking to the ‘executive management team’.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
I had the same issue.
Was self cleaning the oven and everything blew.
Part was $45 delivered. Came with two.
Evidently there are 2 thermo discs on the oven. One is located below the door. The one in the back trips most frequently because the units generate so much heat and are generally close to a wall with no room for the heat to escape.
There are two little flanges to take off, then a cross connector. Then the back panel. About 18screws. From there the thermo disc is in the upper middle of the back of the oven. 2 screws hold it in. It is part 830802. I replaced with a 130degree thermo 9759242 . Hope it helps.
I had a part ordered but did not know how to swap it out.
I ordered a therm disc kit from parts-direct.
I read this blog right before the tech called to come over. Saved $65 as a result of the cancelled call.
Better yet, my wife claimed I was playing on the internet. Proved her wrong.
Two victories in one day.
Thank fixya for both.
Posted on May 31, 2008
Same issue! A couple of days before last Thanksgiving and then this week, before a party! It's the Thermoprotection switch in the back of the unit. The tech. that was just here said that it was pre-set for 110 deg. Cent. and should be replaced with one that is 130 deg. Cent. He also suggested that Cleaning Cycle No. 1 be used instead of a longer one.
HELLO? KITCHENAID? ARE YOU READING THESE?
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
YUP - it was the thermal sensor - found it & replaced it and now there will be no more self cleaning for me.
Posted on Aug 24, 2007
I had the same problem... the thermal circuit in the back had blown,,little rond thing the size of a quarter with two black wires plugged into it. had trouble getting the door open though,,good luck
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
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