Model #3627332892 KENMORE Free Standing, Gas

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Gas stove Model # 3627332892

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Any noise coming from the range could create concern. The expert will review to respond. I did locate a similar question that may help while you wait. I attached to the link below. If a technician is needed, the Sears Home Services link can help schedule.

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Barbara -
December 27, 2012
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

The humming sound is likely emitting from the clock/timer motor. To confirm if the noise is emitting from the clock/timer assembly, push and turn the clock knob. If the tone of the humming changes, I would suspect the clock motor is making the noise. You could try disconnecting the power cord and then plug it back in to see if will quit making the noise. If it continues to hum, the clock/timer assembly will likely need to be replaced. I added an image below showing how to access the clock/timer assembly. Note: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before servicing.

The clock/timer kit #WB19X10008 can be ordered from Sears Parts Direct.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
December 28, 2012
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gas range making noise

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I know how important it is to have a good working range in the home so that you can cook a nice home cooked meal. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I suggest you add to the thread of this question and include the full model number of your appliance so that the expert can provide you with a more detailed answer. I did manage to find a link that will provide you with some good information to help you with your question. I hope my link is useful.

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Joseph P. -
July 26, 2011
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

The number you provided (73328) does is not complete or valid model number. The model number should start with 3 digits and then space or period followed by another set of digits.

Without a valid model number I can only provide general information. The humming noise your hearing is likely the low voltage transformer used to power up the electronic oven control board. The transformer is part of the electronic oven control board and in order to resolve the noise the control board will likely have to be replaced.

This might help resolve your issue. If you can get me the complete model number I can help you troubleshoot in more detail.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
July 28, 2011
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the model # is 362.7332892 . I typed this in search on sears parts site & did not have a "low voltage transformer" or transformer listed

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Laurie -
July 28, 2011
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Laurie: Thank you for your model number. You're correct. Your model does not have an electronic control board with transformer however it does have an electro mechanical clock and timer. The humming noise is most likely emitting from the clock motor if the source of the humming noise is coming from the clock/timer area.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 01, 2011
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How do I install the substitute part wb19x10008 timer into my GE range?

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If you have a problem mounting the new clock you should return it and get your money back. There are some models the kit doesn’t fit. We don’t have a replacement clock for those models. If you are concerned about the wiring I am sending you an image that shows how to wire the clock. If you have only 3 wires, put white on the neutral position, black on terminal 1 and the other wire on terminal 2.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 07, 2008
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There are no exact replacements for your clock timer, & you will find that the unit & brackets do not quite fit into the opening of some models. However...there is good news, so disconnect the power & put on safety glasses! Here is the fix: 1st, Avoid the wires & use a mini hacksaw to cut 5 equally spaced 1/4 inch slots into both vertical sides of the opening to form 4 tabs. 2nd, Using pliers, bend the tabs you just made inward to about a 45 degree angle to make room for the new unit. Don't worry about the paint chipping, it will not be seen. 3rd, discard the original hex-head metal screws used to hold the old clock timer in place, & get screws, lock washers, & nuts in the size needed to to replace them. 4th, place the ears of the new bracket behind the mounting tabs (this gives you a little extra room) & use the screws, lock washers and nuts to secure them. 5th, CAREULLY replace the top. It will be tight, & bow out slightly, that's ok. 6th, Smile you just saved a lot of $$$$

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Fixitnowtech -
January 21, 2009
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