The oven heats up slow,and does not heat up past 260 to 280 degrees. The broiler is fine,as is the stove top. Clock/timer seem ok too. What could be causing the oven temp not to rise past 280? Thanks for your help!
Answer Chris, You're on the right track, Check the connections and wires on the bake element, and the element condition, no bubbles, grease spots or chips etc. If alls OK, you may want to consider an oven temp. sensor 316134900, it could be faulty and out of the proepr resistance range. Good Luck and Thanks
Broil and bake elements do not work. Stove top works fine but oven does not heat up.
Answer Courtney, Your first step should be to unplug the power cord or turn the power off the the range. Move the stove out, and Remove both the upper and lower back panels of the range, and check the wires from the electronis control to the oven elements for breaks,damage, or loose connections. With the top burners working, you have 240 VAC to the range, so you'd have to have a bad wire or bad control for both elements not to operate in the oven. Good Luck and Thanks
We moved the Kenmore stove. When we put it back in place, one part of the three part connection in the terminal shorted and melted. I often could smell something hot/melting when using the oven. We have ordered the replacement. The breaker on the circuit board for the house did not trip. Will replacing the terminal make the stove safe to use or are there other things to cause concern?
Answer Hi Bj. The terminal block is part # . Hook up as per wiring diagram found behind the drawer. There is also a pictorial diagram on the back wall of the stove. The 2 - outer wires need to be hooked to the 2- outer screws on the terminal block.(L-1 and L-2). The middle wire (neutral) to the middle screw on the terminal block. They need to be tight "almost" to the point of breakage using the wire clamp onto the back wall. This will insure the wire does not get pulled out from the back and also insure he 240vac wire is not pinched to short in the future. After you install the wire cord and clamp, and you still have issues then you should unplug the unit and turn the breaker back on. If the breaker doesn't trip, then chances are the house supply is OK. Then take the back completely off and the back panel cover off to further inspect for damage at the clock/controls. Usually it will blow open the clock assy. part # 316557106. Thank you.
Niether oven element or broil element gets hot. The stovetop works fine clock works and oven light works.
Answer Hello Chris. First test at the terminal block and make sure there is 240 volts coming to the range. If so, you will want to test and see if there is power coming from the clock assembly 316455400 to the elements when turned on. If not, you will need to replace the clock assembly. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. Hope this helps.http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
Broil does not work and element test good, also oven works well. Thank you
Answer Hello Steve. You will need to test and see if the relay in the clock assembly is sending power to the broil element. If it is not, then you will need to replace the clock 316455400 and overlay 316220701. Hope this helps.