Model #2784038893 KENMORE Ranges, Electric

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Q:

Can a wall oven's door be fixed when a spring on one side breaks?

A:

I did not find information on the exact model number that you submitted. I suspect that the first 3 numbers are 278 instead of 270. Based on the Kenmore 24" built-in wall ovens that begin with model number 278.403 . . ., the closest model number to the one that you submitted is 278.4038893. I recommend that you recheck your model number to see if it matches this valid number. If it does, then a replacement spring for the door will not be available. This model of oven (278.4038893) is over 20 years old. The spring for the oven door hinge is no longer available from the manufacturer and there is not a valid substitution part available. In this situation, you would need to replace the oven.

Here is a Sears.com link for a current model of Kenmore 24" electric wall oven that should fit in your counter cut-out as a replacement if needed: Kenmore Black 24 in. Self-Cleaning Wall Oven .

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details and an updated model number (after rechecking it).

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 15, 2009
Q:

What does error code "F1" mean on my Kenmore wall oven?

A:

The "F1" failure code is indicating a failed transistor in the control board. The control board would need to be replaced. The control board is part# WB19X255 at $274.49.

My recommendation is replacing the wall oven instead or repairing it.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
May 12, 2009
Q:

Why does my Kenmore wall oven model 2784038893 display the error code F-3?

A:

The F3 is an error that indicates a shorted temperature sensor.

This can be from a shorted sensor or a stuck relay on the main control.

I recommend a technician check and repair this problem.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
March 16, 2009