Question about Kenmore Cooktops
Hello. The good news is that the power is already there for the old cook top. What she will find however is that the old cook top may be hardwired where as the new slide in range will require a receptacle mounted to the wall. This is 220 volt electricity so my recommendation is to have an electrician do this part of the job. That said, if you get back to me I will talk you through any and all parts of this job safely. Typically, depending upon your locale, the cost of having an electrician do this work is in the 100-250 range depending on how many trips are required to get it all done. Regarding the wall oven, once again, you are dealing with 220 volts. Be sure to turn off the circuit breaker, or remove the correct fuse, before doing any work.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
You can do this by:
Check the oven display to see whether the screen says "LOC." When "LOC" is displayed, the oven lock is activated and the door cannot be opened. You need to make sure it is locked so you do not mistakenly lock the door.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
It could be a faulty switch, or a control panel. I would check the wiring first to make sure that everything is connected before I spent any money on it.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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