Hello, I have a Kitchenaid Electric Range, Model #KESC308LSS0. A few days ago, I had my oven on and after my house had a power outage due to a storm, the oven stopped working. The oven will not get hot. The broiler and convection doesn't work either. Inside oven lights do not come on. The cooktop and digital display still works though. If I turn on the oven and press the start button, the display just shows "Lo". I though it might be a fuse, so I was on your website trying to figure out which fuse it could be...but was told it might be this Power Board #9782437. I googled the web, and other sites say to change out Relay Boards, Oven Control Boards, Thermal Fuses, and/or Thermostats... I am just overwhelmed with parts suggestions and limited funds. Please help...any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Answer Hello Song. Based on the information you provided, the power board on the unit is bad and will need to be replaced. If it were the fuse, the display would not work.
Control panel display dead. Oven and surface elements work ok.
Answer Hello Gary. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the control board 9782455 is bad and will need to be replaced.
When entering any temp above 260, I get 3 beeps and Err on the display, then display will read 260. Then push start, oven heats to 260.
When entering any temp 260 or lower, stove functions correctly.
Should I replace the power board 9782437, display bd 9782430 or sub 9782455 or sensor 9782081?
Answer Hello Tim. Sounds like the unit is set to Celcius and needs to be set to Fahrenheit. 1. Open the oven door.
2. Press CANCEL OFF.
3. Press number pads 1, 2 and 3, in that order.
4. Press BROIL.
5. Press START. Press BAKE to confirm that Celsius is being
Only the temperature and a flashing degree symbol will
appear in the temperature display area when the oven has
been set to cook in Celsius.
Repeat steps above to set oven to cook in Fahrenheit.