Is it very complicated to install a contol panel to the above oven?
Answer Hello Shelly,
Pull the unit out from the wall and unplug it. Then remove the six screws holding the panel on at the top behind the control panel. At this point, I recommend to take a few pictures from different angles with your cell phone for reassembly reference. Remove the four screws holding the clock assembly in. Remove the four knobs and the two screws from behind each that secure the infinite switches in place. There should be a couple of little indicator lights for the surface. These slide off of the lens. Removal of any wires is completely unnecessary as the components can simply hang from the wires while the panel is being changed. The only exception to this is the rocker switch as it has to be removed from the front of the panel, so the wires must be removed from it. Remove the screws in the front and rear of each end of the panel which hold the end caps on.
Be sure to keep up with all of the parts and if necessary, place them in order so you can reassemble in the reverse order.
Have a code F1 blinking on controls. Unplugged unit and tried again same result. Should I replace the EOC?
Answer Hello Leroy. Based on the code you provided, the clock 316207511 is bad and will need to be replaced in the unit. Hope this helps.
I have a sears stove that I am wondering what might could be the problem.everything on the stove works except the bake unit, there is no voltage going to the bake unit,and unit has continuity through it.
Answer Roger, you'll need to, turn power off or unplug the power cord, slide the range out, remove both th upper and lower rear cover panels to access the control and the lower wiring harness to the ellements and check the wiring for damage, burnt, broken or loose connections first.
If all's OK you'll need to consider a new control 316207511 or check for the 120 VAC out of the control on the "BK" and the "L2" terminal of the control, with the wires disconnected and the range in a bake mode, with a temperature selected, with a multimeter. Here's some meter usage information should you need it,:[ http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html] Good Luck and Thanks
Okay, space case here. I had a cast iron pan on back left burner, phone rang, end of story, I wish. Came back to kitchen and pan was on fire!! Burn't the left back side of panel. My left controls (bake,off,broil,clean) will not work,overlay is pretty bubbled ,(burnt),right side clock timer etc still works. What all will I need replaced,and can we do this ourselves??
Answer Hi Tlc. Unfortunately this happens often. The clock part # is 318185447. The LT. Knob is part # 318196651. The Lt. rocker sw. is part # 316448700. The control panel is part # 318194101. The Lt. end cap is part # 318190695, only sold as a pair.The clock overlay is a separate part # 316220805. Thank you.
We bought our Kenmore 26 refrigerator about 20 years ago and it has been working well until now. Everything in the freezer is melting. We don't have the instruction booklet and were wondering where do we look first to find out what's wrong with it? Thank you.
Answer Hi Laurie. We can help you better if you will look in by your fresh food controls and find a model and serial #. Also is your inside the freezer back wall, is there frost build up? If so then this is a defrost issue that causes a no- cool. See if your compressor is running? Thank you.
The oven went into a lock door mode while using then after numerous attempts to unlock and shut off oven we were able to unlock the door. Then by pressing different combinations of the buttons we were able to shut the oven off. Now although the timer works and the temp settings work the oven will not come on. The stovetop burners work fine.
Answer Hello Bob! Are both the bake and broil functions not working? If so, make sure that the you are getting the proper 240v to the unit and the clock 316207511 is sending the voltage to the terminals. If the clock is not sending the voltage, it will need to be replaced. If only the bake is not working and it is getting the voltage, the bake element 316202200 will need to be replaced. You can test these with a multimeter TJMA-DM1. Here is a link from our free repair forum you can refer to for help with using a multi meter. Hope this helps, thaks! http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html