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Is there a thermal fuse on my kitchenaid kebs277sbl2? The lower oven is not heating beyond warm. The broiler doesn't work at all. This happened after self cleaning cycle.

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SOURCE: Our oven's heating elements will not come on althought the display seems to work correctly.

Wekiwa, your TCO, (thermal cutout) probably opened during the high temps in self clean. You will have to remove the back panel and replace it. It should be just under the vent back there. Part number 4450934. You can ohm it out first to make sure, it will show open (no continuity) if bad. This is an easy job, won't take you that long. Kill power to the range before going back there. In doing a little more research on your model, I see there was a service flash where they recomend moving the TCO over to one side so the cleaning cycle doesn't affect the TCO. This may be covered by Whirlpool. You might want to call them and inquire. Catriver..post back.

Posted on Dec 18, 2006

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nice, it'd help me a lot thank you

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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SOURCE: Dacor ECD230 lower over won't heat up after cleaning

Under the panel between the ovens there is a little square box with a reset button on it.

Posted on Feb 08, 2009

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KitchenAid KEBC107KSS does not heat hot enough and does not heat evenly. When the temperature is dialed higher, it burns the cookies. When the convection fan is on, it has a 'cooling effect' so the temperature never reaches the proper level. Is this problem repairable? Or is this a thermostat issue? Thank you for your help!

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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SOURCE: After using the self cleaning

If you slide your oven out and take off the center panel on the back of the oven you will see the thermal fuse. If it's like mine, it will be located (looking from the back of the oven) upper right hand side. It's an oblong loooking part with two terminals with wires attached to it and two screws holding it on. Once you take it off, you will notice that it is flat on the back side and you should be able to see part # 9759242. Only reason I know this is that I have just removed mine and am going to see if I can find one locally. Same thing happened to mine after putting it in the cleaning cycle to clean up after the holidays.
Hope this helps!
Robert

Posted on Dec 27, 2010

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