After power outage, oven comes on but does not get up to temp, and broiler does not work, checked broiler element resistance was ok.
sensor checked good,everything else works good.
Thanks for any support.
You will want to check the thermal fuse on the unit to make sure that the element is not blown. You can also turn the unit on broil and check the control board across L1 to broil. If there is 240 vac then replace the control.
I Have a Kenmore electric range that beeps and shows F10 on display. What is problem and what should I expect to pay to get this fixed?
Answer Hello Brent. Usually the code F10 is for runaway temp. If you locate the tech sheet on the unit, it will give you the error codes for the unit. If it is runaway temp, you will need to order and replace the oven sensor in the unit.
The left front burner is inoperative. I replaced the element & switch (which was black), but it is still inoperative. Element "on light" lights and simmer light are on when pushed. Do I need to replace the circuit board?
All other functions and elements good.
Answer Hello Art,
The surface elements and the bake compartment are both completely separate from the terminal block of the unit. The control board will have nothing to do with the operation of the surface elements. If you have replaced the infinite switches and the elements, the issue has to be either the receptacle the surface elements plug into or the wiring.
The left (element on) light stays on even though the burners are off and cold. Do I need a new circuit board?
Answer Hi Rob. You need to change the infinite switch because the pilot lamp is geeting its power fgrom it. Part # 316436001. Thank You.
My oven temp is not accurate. When you set it to 350 is goes from 300 to 375 and is not stable. The repair person said that it needed a new cpu. I see several boards for this model. Control board(316418101), Oven Control board (316557207), and a Circuit board (316429301). The TC is still good. Which board controls the heating elements based on the input from the TC?
Answer Brian, Before you do anything or repalce any parts, you should check your average oven temperature, you may only need to calibrate the control. First, get an accutate thermometer, you can place in the oven. Pre heat the oven at 400 dgrs. for at least 20 minutes. Then you'll need to listen and write: when the control clicks or notice the temp, start to rise, write down the temperature, when the control clicks or the temp. starts to drop, write down the temp. Do this at least three times. Average the temperatures, the average off temperature should be within 50 dgrs. of the on temperature and the average off temperature, should be within 25 dgrs. of the set temperature. If your averages are within the specifics, your control and temp. sensor are fine. You can recalibrate the control to within 5 dgrs. if needed or desired, without replacing anything. Thanks and Good Luck