Model #10486 LANDS END Drawer Units

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Why have I had to replace the oven control 3 times in less than 3 years?

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Without the model number, I am having to cross reference the models of ovens that use this part. I am showing GE ovens with models JCKP15BA3BB and JKP15WA3WW use this type of control. Other models including some Kenmore models of ovens may use this control as a replacement part. The F7 on this type of control can be caused by the control board that you have been replacing (part WB27T10276) or by the control console (or ribbon keytail connector). Since you have been replacing the control board so often, you could have a problem with the connection of the console, you could have a damaged or shorted ribbon connector or a failed control console. You may need to replace the control console along with the control board to correct this problem.

Another problem that could cause frequent failures of the control board would be a problem with voltage supplied to the oven. Shut off electrical power and check the terminal wire connections. You may need to have an electrician check the voltage supplied to the oven through the junction box. Improper voltage supplied to the oven can cause the control board to fail.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with the full model number of your oven.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
February 23, 2009
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I've got my third replacement oven control unit on the way but expect it NOT to fix the problem. Every few weeks (or months) when mine starts beeping or shows F7, I take the old one and re-install it and I'm good for another week or two. What is the part number for the referenced control unit with the ribbon cable? I might try installing a new one if it's not too expensive. But if the board mounted ribbon connector is bad on the oven control unit, that won't work anyhow.

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Ron -
July 05, 2011
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Ron again--mine is the 27 inch built-in model 911.48385

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Ron -
July 05, 2011
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Just realized the Model number is 911.48385890 Not the earlier one I supplied. Please advise part number for the control console. I can't find it on various parts lists. Thanks, Ron

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Ron -
July 05, 2011
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Hello Ron. I answered your question about this oven on the original thread that you started. I provided a test for the control panel in that answer. The part number for the key panel on this oven is WB36T10486 for the black panel and WB36T10488 for the white one. Replacing that control panel may fix this problem. If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 05, 2011
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How do I install a control panel assembly on a Kenmore built-in double oven model 91148389890?

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The parts diagram for your oven control panel is shown in the image below. Shut off the breaker to completely disconnect electrical power. Pull the lower oven control knob (Key 88) off of the thermostat stem. Remove the screw(s) (Key 797) that hold the lower oven thermostat (Key 5) in place. Open the oven door and remove the three screws (Key 875) that secure the bottom of the control panel. Release the console and fold it forward. Unplug the control console key tail ribbon connector from the electronic oven control board (Key 16). Remove the screws (Key 847) that hold the electronic oven control board in place. Remove the lower oven indicator light (Key 33). You should now be able to remove the old control panel and install the new control panel. Reverse the order of disassembly to install the new control panel.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 05, 2009