It seems that every time I clean the lower oven the thermostate (9759242) opens. I just ordered another one form you. Do you know the heat setting on this thermostat and is there another one that I can use that may have a slightly higher setting.
Unfortunately there is not a higher temp thermal fuse for the unit. The unit opens at 221 degrees plus or minus 7.2. Per the tech sheet the thermal that you are installing is the incorrect thermal fuse and you would need part number 8304452. Check the one you receive and as long as it is 221 then it should work. If lower then get correct fuse.
I have a glass top but stop working do not warm up? Just the clock and oven light work?
Answer Hello Christian. You need to check and see if the breaker or the terminal block on the unit is bad and you only have 120 volts coming to the unit. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
Kitchenaid superba double oven. After self cleaning mode only top oven works. Control panel appears to be ok. I can set the temp for the lower unit, it just does not heat up. Would this still be a thermal fuse for the lower unit or a thermostat, or something different.
There is a thermal fuse located on the back of the unit and if it is open it will cause lower oven to not work. There should be one for the upper and lower. Check for continuity of the thermal fuse and if there is no continuity then you would want to replace it. If it does show continuity then you would want to check voltage from the control board from L1 to Lower bake when set for bake in lower oven. If no voltage then the control is bad and will need to be replaced.
Where is the thermal fuse, part 9759242, located on my model? I find the control panel fuse alright located in the wiring of the control panel. I removed the oven from the wall and removed the back panel but do not find the thermal fuse. There seems to be a second panel plus insulation. Do I need to remove these to find the fuse?
Answer Bill, Yes, The oven shut down thermal fuse(s) 9759242 are located on the back of the oven cavity. Here's some help " Disconnect the electrical power to the double oven. Pull the oven out of its mounting location,so that you can access the rear covers. Depending on the thermal fuse you are servicing, remove the upper or lower rear cover from the oven. Disconnect the wires from the thermal fuse terminals.
Remove the two screws and remove the fuse from the rear of the oven."
HOW TO REPLACE PART Part Number 9759242 THERMAL FUSE
Answer Hello Cwicky. You will need to uninstall the unit from the wall and remove the back panel to access and replace the thermal fuse 42241347. Make sure the power is disconnected before doing any repair to the unit.