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Posted on Oct 10, 2007

Kitchenaid kebc107 not heating

My oven has stopped heating up. Clock works, when a temp is set for bake or broil the oven does not heat.

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  • ginnstrong Aug 16, 2008

    We cleaned the oven for the first time. After the cycle completed cleaning the oven will not heat in any mode. All the displays work correctly.

  • schl Aug 22, 2008

    I have two single wall ovens in two locations in my kitchen. Everytime I run the self clean cycle the thermostat blows. Have had the service company out 7 times. Have replaced the thermostat 4 times, have installed shim kits (as per kitchenaid tech support). Still doesn't work. Very frustrating!

  • cbkneal2 Mar 18, 2009

    I have the KEBC107 too and after I self cleaned the oven, it stopped working and when I called Kitchenaid, they said they had no idea what that error code meant F5 E5. Now I'm reading all these same situations and it is making me angry that they act like they don't know what is going on. Sounds like the model is defective and they should be responsible for repairs whether it is in warranty or not.

  • Anonymous Mar 26, 2009

    I replaced the thermostat. The oven worked fine for about 2 weeks then ...no heat again. Was told to get a control panel fopr $300! No error codes

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Heating Element not heating up

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You need a themostat part #9759242

Your welcome
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PS Its easy to install!!

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