Model #66595812000 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Q:

i have a E2 - F3 fault would that be the oven sensor 66595812000 Kenmore Electric range

A:

Hello, glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com. We, at Sears, value your service.
 
I am sorry and do understand your frustration when there is problems with the range.
 
Glad to help out.  I’m looking at your Kenmore Range model number 66595812000.

I see you are getting the error codes of E2-F1.   Let me get all the information that the technical service manual states.  

F3-E2 = BAKE RANGE OVER TEMP.

SUGGESTED CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE:

1.  Measure sensor value (between connector pins) between 1000 ohms @ 32 degrees F and 2697 ohms @ 900 degrees F (room temperature approximately = 1080 ohms).  If measurement does not correlate to real temperature, disconnect power, replace sensor and refer to steps 3-5.

2.  Trace wires and connectors to sensor, from control, then from sensor back to control.  If all of the connections made and no wire damage, refer to step 3.

3.  Disconnect power longer than 30 seconds.

4.  Re-apply power and press BAKE and START/ENTER.  Observe for longer than 1 minute.

5.  If failure remains, disconnect power, replace control board, then go back to step 4.

Please "RESUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS IF THERE IS ANY OTHER PROBLEMS".
 
Thank you for your understanding in this matter and I hope we can help you with your future questions and repairs.  Thank you for choosing Sears and using our SearsPartsDirect.com.
 

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Larry Jr -
Sears Technician
August 11, 2014
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Hot Surface Indicator Light (HSIL) 66595812000 Kenmore Electric range

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I can understand your concern in having a properly working range in your home. I was looking on the site and came upon some information that can be very helpful. I have attached the link below. Hope it helps!

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maira -
July 20, 2013
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Thank you for your question. I recommend having the burner switch replaced that operates that particular burner that is coming on by itself. Here is a diagram of the switch location. Click here. also click here to order your parts. The technical information for this range is shown in the first image. It shows how to remove the top. Unplug the range before accessing internal components. Follow the instructions to carefully pull the glass top out and prop it up so that you can access the burner. You can use the wiring diagram and burner diagram to check the resistance of the burner. You should measure 38.4 ohms of resistance through the element from the leads with the orange wires. Remove one of the orange wires to when measuring this resistance. If the element is open (measures infinite resistance) then it will need to be replaced. If it measures normal resistance (close to 38.4 ohms) then I recommend checking the resistance through the infinite switch. The second image shows how to access the infinite switch in the console of a range that is similar to yours. This information should help you access the switch so that you can check the resistance between the H1 and H2 leads with the switch turned on and one of the wires removed. If you measure infinite resistance through the switch with it turned on then the switch is bad and will need to be replaced.

This information should help you diagnose the cause of your failure. If you still need to replace the element, you can use the information below to access the element under the glass top. Pay close attention to how the wires are connected to the old element before removing them (take a digital picture if necessary). Remove the wires and then replace the element. Reattach the wires and reassemble the range. Check to see if the element works properly.

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dtova00 -
Sears Technician
July 22, 2013
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Cakes are not baking properly in my oven, What could be the cause? The cake starts to rise and then falls back.

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Cakes can fall for a number of reasons. It is the worst feeling to have a cake turn out bad. If the batter in the center is not cooking at all, it sounds like it may be temperature related. While you wait for the expert answer to help diagnose your model, you may want to consult the owner's manual for troubleshooting help. I find mine helpful. I also found a great site with general advice as to what can cause cakes to fall or fail to rise. I attached the links below. Hope this helps!

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Barbara H. -
August 12, 2010
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It's important that both heating elements (bake and broil) are working inside the oven. Make sure the broil element and bake elements work because the oven control cycles the broil element on and off during the baking cycles. To see if the broil element is working start a broil cycle when the oven is cold. If it's not working then that is likely the reason why it's not baking correctly.

The next thing to check is the operating temperatures. The oven temperature should be checked once the oven has had time to pre-heat and cycle off and back on 2-3 times. If it appears to maintain an average temperature but just not reaching the set temperature then you can adjust the off set temperature on the oven control board.

I added the instructions in the image below on how to calibrate the oven control.

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
August 13, 2010
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Incompetent baker. If you peek at the cake while baking, you can frighten it and it will shrink from fear.

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Anonymous -
September 18, 2010
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As an electrician, I agree with Barbara H and Joey S....Oven thermostats can go out of calibration and/or certain elements may not be working.... an inexpensive oven thermometer from the dollar store or Wal Mart will tell you if the temperature you selected is really what your oven is putting out... Place the thermometer on a rack where you can readily see it with the oven light turned on, and run a test to see what the actual temperature is,....and if the oven maintains that temperature consistently Baking temperature should be 400 to 425 degrees F.... The bottom element does the baking,,,,,,the top element does the broiling and browning....you should see them become red when they are heating... Also, "preheat " your oven to operating temperature before you put the cake in...

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Joe LittleBear -
September 19, 2010
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