Model #66575801000 KENMORE Free Standing, Gas

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Q:

Kenmore oven Model # 66575801000 not working

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I understand that your Kenmore oven is not working. While you are waiting for an expert to respond, I have attached some helpful links below that may provide information to assist you with your question. Have a great day!

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Alina -
November 30, 2012
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Good afternoon.... I can understand how those temperature variances would concern you... It appears, with that disruption in power, there may have been a glitch that is now influencing the circuitry of your oven. You can reset your oven by following these instructions. First, would be to either unplug the oven or you can trip the breaker. Leave the power off for at least 10 minutes. Then, restore the power and check to see if your oven has recovered from the glitch. If this is not successful, then you'll need to replace your control board. If you need to reorder your control board, you can do that at this link: Sears Parts Direct . There are surge protectors that will protect your circuitry from power disruptions. These are carried at your local Sears store. I hope this helps. If you need further assistance, please reply to this thread. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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AnneJ -
Sears Technician
November 30, 2012
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Natural gas stove ignition problem

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Good afternoon Roy... I located two situations that are very similar to yours. Review the links I have provided below. They may give you some good ideas on what you can do next. Remember that you will be hearing from an expert on your model number within the next two days. I hope this helps you and have a nice day.

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Henry -
October 18, 2012
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Thanks for the question about your oven not coming on consistently. I will be glad to assist with this issue.
Based on the description you provided, there could be one of several problems. If the temperature sensor is failing then it would cause this problem. This sensor located inside the oven controls the cycling of the burners. It is also very common that the burners just need cleaning. When the heat is called for the ignitor comes on to lite the burner and if the burner has a buildup of soot or gas residue on it there is a delay in ignition. Built into the ignitor is a safety that will shut it down if the burner does not ignite quickly. I suggest check this first. The burners can be cleaned with a small brush. See the small hole all along the burner assembly. all of them must be clear for gas to expel. I hope this helps and should you need additional help please reply with more details and I will be happy to respond.

Thanks Ron H.
If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Ron H -
Sears Technician
October 19, 2012
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Thanks for you reply. If the problem was the temperature sensor, would I still have a problem at start up? I tried my oven Saturday while it was cold. The igniter clicked 3 times and stopped, a short pause, then the igniter clicked 3 more times and stopped, a short pause, then the igniter clicked 3 more times. The oven did not light at all. Sunday morning I tried it again. The first time the igniter clicked, the gas ingnited and the oven began heating. The burner does not appear sooted to me. I have tried brushing the burner, and even cleaned each opening individually near the igniter. I am a licensed gas fitter and capable of changing parts. Which part would you try first?

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Anonymous -
October 22, 2012
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Hi ; When the igniter is striking is there gas to the burner, if there is then you could at that time lite the burner with a match or lighter. If this is the case then I think your spark ignitor is out of adjustment and not sparking onto the burner properly. Very slight adjustments can correct the problem if the burner is clean. Try this and let me know how the unit works. Thanks Ron

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Ron H -
Sears Technician
October 22, 2012
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Ron, I took the oven apart again last night. I scrapped and cleaned the ignitor. There are 4 ports on the burner tube where the ignitor mounts. I cleaned each of these, although they looked good to me. I made a very slight adjustment to the ignitor, although it looked pretty good too. I replaced the burner tube and the wire to the ignitor. I set the oven temp to it's lowest setting of 170. When I hit the start button, the gas valve opened and momentarily the ignitor sparked once, with an instant gas igniton. I tried several different temp settings. All started with only one spark. I was very pleased that it started easier than ever. I reassembled the oven, one part at a time. After each part was added, I re-lite the oven. Every time, only one spark was necessary to fire the burner. After re-installing the oven door, I set the oven to 325 and it started instantly. After heating for about 5 minutes, I noticed that the ignitor was again cycling through 3 times without starting. After trying 3 times, a short pause, then another 3 tries. After 3 efforts at 3 sparks each, it failed to ignite the burner. I left the oven off for about an hour and tried it again. This time it started after only one spark and re-ignited when the temp dropped and called for heat. Very frustrating. Any other ideas??

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Anonymous -
October 23, 2012
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Ron, I tried the oven again this am. Setting 350. Push start button. Oven made 3 efforts with 3 sparks each to ignite, without success. Waited 5 minutes and tried again. Oven ignited with the very first spark. Went the pre-heat cycle. Oven worked fine. You haven't responded to my last two email updates. Is scheduling a technician my only option at this point. I'm concerned that the oven will work fine when he arrives, then quit again after he leaves. Roy Light

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Anonymous -
October 25, 2012
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Hi; sorry for the delayed response. At this point I recommend replacing the burner assembly. The new replacement comes with the spark electrode attached. Here is a link to the new burner; Burner assembly After installing this be sure your ground is solid everywhere, as this can affect the spark. Thanks Ron H.

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Ron H -
Sears Technician
October 26, 2012
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Ron, Thank you very much for your assistance. I received the part yesterday, and replaced the burner assembly last night. The oven works great! I tried several different settings over several hours. The oven ignited instantly in every case. Thanks again. Roy Light

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Anonymous -
October 31, 2012
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Hi Roy, You are welcome! Glad to hear you fixed the oven, nice work! If I can help again just send a message . Ron H.

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Ron H -
Sears Technician
October 31, 2012
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blue flame on kenmore model# 66575801000. I have adjusted the air shrutter and still blue flame on oven burner

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I understand that your Kenmore Oven is giving you problems and the flame is blue and the tip is yellow. I found a question in Manage My Life under the Answers button that was similar to the question you asked. I think this information will give you what your looking for, while your waiting on an expert answer. I attached the link below, Good Luck!!!!

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Raquel F -
August 09, 2010
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The answer Raquel F sent has the correct information. I have tried to expand some on the answer I am sending you.

The orifice hood has to be tightened enough that it touches the needle that is inside the gas valve or fitting the orifice screws on.

Sometimes the threads are dirty and the orifice doesn't go down far enough to touch the needle. Try loosening the orifice spud 1-2 turns and spraying the threads with WD40 or some light oil. You might have to loosen and tighten the orifice several times to get it tight enough.

This is a fairly tricky thing to do. If you over tighten the orifice and bend the needle you will have to replace the gas valve or fitting. It is best to have the oven burner burning while you tighten the orifice and you can stop when the oven burner gets the right size.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 10, 2010
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