Model #66595823003 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Q:

E1 F2 error message is displayed on my oven. Is it safe to use the oven? Will the oven operate correctly?

A:

Having a properly working oven is very important. I found some information for you that I am hoping will help you until your expert answers your question. I am adding the link below to help you with your question while you wait for your expert response. It may take 24-48 hours. I do hope that this will help you fix the oven.

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Marc -
November 09, 2012
A:

I see that Marc provided a link for a previous answer that explains the cause of the E1 F2 code. The oven will not work when that code is displayed. If it is an intermittent problem, then there is not a problem with using the oven when the code is not displayed.

I recommend that you have a service technician examine the range and repair that failure. You can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 10, 2012
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Q:

If I replace the broil element and that's not the problem can I return it?

A:

I do not know if Parts will accept a returned heating element that was installed or not. That would be up to them. The link below has tips on how to test your broiler operation.

Is the broiler element in my Kenmore range model 665.95823003 easy to replace?

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
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Is the broiler element in my Kenmore range model 665.95823003 easy to replace?

A:

The part number that you have for the broiler element is correct (8053874). Before replacing the element, see if it is heating at all. If not, you could have an open thermal fuse. This would also prevent the broiler element from heating. If the broil element does not heat at all, unplug the range and remove the lower back panel to expose the back wall of the oven. The thermal fuse should be in the center at the top of the back wall of the oven. It should have a blue/white and a red wire attached to it. If you have a volt/ohm meter, you can check this fuse for continuity. Remove one wire (with the range still unplugged) and measure the resistance across the leads of the fuse. You should measure near zero ohms of resistance (continuity). If you measure infinite resistance (open), then the fuse is blown and will need to be replaced. As a temporary test, you can connect the two wires that attach to this thermal fuse and tape them with electrical tape to thoroughly insulate them. Reassemble the range and plug it in. See if the broiler will heat properly with this fuse bypassed. This will verify that this failure was preventing your broil element from heating. Do not leave this thermal fuse bypassed. It must be replaced if it is blown.

If the broil element heats but it is weak, then replacing it will likely fix this oven problem. You can order a new element from the Sears PartsDirect website. Be sure to unplug the range before replacing this element. Remove the racks from the oven. Remove the brackets that hold the element in place. Remove the screws that secure the broil element in the back inside wall of the oven. Carefully pull the element out of the back wall. You will find wires attached to the back of the element. Pull the wires off of the element. Attach the wires to the new element. Carefully insert the new element and secure it with the screws and brackets. If you are not completely confident in your technical ability to safely complete this repair, I recommend calling a service technician to replace the element.

Resubmit your question with additional details if you need more help.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician

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