Model #36275271691 KENMORE Free Standing, Gas

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Q:

Converting propane range back to natural gas and need to know what orifice to purchase? 36275271691 Kenmore Gas range

A:

Thank you for being Sears' valued member and for contacting SearsPartsDirect.com with your question about converting your Kenmore gas range model 36275271691 back to natural gas. I will be happy to help you with this. I have included the link below for the owner’s manual. It includes the installation instructions. This is the information the installer would have used to install the range for natural gas originally. Please provide this information to the technician that is completing this gas conversion for you. 

 
I have identified the surface burner orifices that you will need. I have included the part numbers for you as well as where each part is located. 
 
Natural Gas Orifices for Kenmore Range 36275271691
 
    Right front surface burner – WB28K143
    Right rear surface burner – WB28K141
    Left front and rear surface burner – WB28K142 (order two) 

All of the orifices are available on www.SearsPartsDirect.com. 
 
Safety Warning: This project should only be completed by a technician qualified to complete gas conversions to prevent the risk of dangerous gas leaks. If the conversion is not completed properly, it could result in property damage, personal injury and even death. Adjustments to parts require special knowledge, as does testing for gas leaks. Many states have laws requiring the conversion be done by a technician. I suggest contacting your gas company. Many companies will complete the conversion for you.
 
I hope this answers your question. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business. 
 

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
February 14, 2015
Q:

oven door extremely hot baby burns hands. replacement door on a kenmore or cover for it?

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I can understand your concern over the issue is, i proved a link down bellow that had a similar question that was asked. I hope that it will help you determine what to do with the problem.

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celene -
October 25, 2010
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The temperature of the outside surface on the oven door can approach 150 degrees or even higher in some situations. Although this will certainly burn a baby's hands, this is within normal UL (Underwriters Laboratories) standards for range surface temperatures.

I understand your concern about the safety of the baby. I recommend that you limit the baby's access to the range when it is in use.

I am not aware of a cover that can be used on the oven door. If the door is not damaged, then it is likely working properly. You can replace it but the new door will likely get just as hot unless the old one was damaged. We don't want to sound cruel or indifferent regarding this problem. The range is an appliance that will normally have hot surfaces. Limiting the baby's access is the most effective way to resolve this problem.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
October 26, 2010
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Q:

Kenmore range oven model #36275271691 stopped heating

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I understand your Kenmore Range Oven stopped heating and I bet that can be frustrating, it's a good thing your burners are working fine. I found a question in Manage My Life under the Answers button that is similar to the one you asked. I think this question will give you some good advice while your waiting on an expert answer. I attached the link below, I hope this helps!!!!!!

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Raquel F -
September 11, 2010
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The thermostat on your range should send power to the oven safety valve and the oven burner ignitor. When the thermostat is turned on the ignitor should glow brightly and the burner should light about 40 seconds later.

The oven safety valve might have a valve on it that turns the oven off. If anything has been done to the regulator or the oven safety valve this valve might be turned off.

Someone will need to test the ignitor and safety valve with an ohm meter to be sure the thermostat is sending the voltage. I suggest you go to www.searshomeservices.com and schedule service for a Sears technician to diagnose and repair the problem.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
September 13, 2010
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