Model #691 HOOVER Vacuum, Upright

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Q:

oven will not come on

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A range is definitely something we depend on and when it begins to malfunction it can be a huge inconvenience. While you are waiting for an expert to respond, I have attached a helpful link below that may provide information to assist you with your question.

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Yadira B -
October 04, 2012
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

In order to provide any diagnostic information I will need to have a valid model number. The model number should be located on the model and serial number tag. The model number will begin with a 3 digit prefix (790,911,665 etc) and then another set of numbers.

If the pop appeared to come from the control panel area, the electronic oven control/clock is likely the failure.

So that's what I can tell you at this point. I can give you more detailed help if you could provide me with a complete and valid model number. The model numbers are typically located on the frame somewhere around the oven cavity opening or behind the broiler/storage drawer on the oven frame. If you could supply me with that information I will be happy to assist you further.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 06, 2012
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F3 error reading on my Kenmore gas stove

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Error codes can certainly be concerning. While your waiting for an expert to respond, I attached some links that will help exp[lain the error code. I hope this helps!

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Jackie S -
August 11, 2011
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As you can see from the answers Jackie S sent, the F3 error code indicates a problem in the sensor circuit.

Since you don't get the error code until the oven has heated up, I suspect the problem is in the connection where the oven sensor connects to the range wiring harness. You can access this connector by removing the 2 screws that hold the sensor to the rear wall of the oven and pulling the wires and connector into the oven.

You can eliminate the connection and connect the wires with ceramic wire nuts. If this doesn't correct the problem, you should probably replace the clock.

If you have questions, reply on this link and I will be glad to help.

You can order parts for your range at Parts Direct

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 12, 2011
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Thank you for your reply....Can you tell me if the connection that you are talking about is one that has wire nuts connecting the sensor to the harness...How would I "eliminate" the connection? Are there wire nuts? Are you saying that this connection is loose? and that by using ceramic wire nuts it will be a tighter connection?... what does the clock have to do with this problem...please forgive me for my "stupidity" but I am electrically challenged so I need extra help...by the way...sometimes the F reading is F2 or F5 ...does that mean that there might be a different problem? Should I turn the electric off before I unscrew the sensor and pull the wires thru? Sandy

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Sandy -
August 12, 2011
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I apologize for not being clear. The connection between the main harness and the oven sensor is a plastic connector. Over time and through heating and cooling, the terminals inside the connector begin to make a weak connection. You can cut the connector off the wires and use ceramic wire nuts to replace the connector. The clock on your oven is capable of producing F2, F3, and F5 error codes. If the clock fails it might produce any error code. By all means turn off the electric before removing the sensor. Thanks for asking the questions.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 12, 2011
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Thanks Jimmy ...things are much clearer now...I will try redoing the sensor connection and if that does not fix the problem, I will get back to you about replacing the clock... Thanks again,,,Sandy

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Sandy -
August 12, 2011
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Good luck Sandy. Thanks for using Manage My Life.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 15, 2011
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Hi Jimmy...I haven't had time to put the new connectors on the sensor but I plan to do that today...Wish me luck...if that doesn't work I will get back to you...OK? Sandy

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Sandy -
August 15, 2011
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Sandy, install the wire nuts so they are not side by side and they will go through the small opening on the back of the oven easier. Cut the wires so they are uneven. One will be in front of the other. I hope this makes sense to you.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 15, 2011
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Yes...I know exactly what you mean...thanks...S

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Sandy -
August 15, 2011
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Jimmy it looks like the problem is going to be in the clock/oven control assembly... can you tell me how to install this? Is it going to be difficult? Sandy

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Sandy -
August 15, 2011
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Q:

I don't have enough room for microwave ventilation spacing.

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Managemylife.com is a great place to find the answers to just about anything, especially on appliances. I'm sorry about the difficulties your having with your Kenmore Micro-wave installation. I did some research for you at Managemylife.com and found your owner's manual that I hope will help until your expert can answer your specific question. I attached the link below. I also attached a link to Searspartsdirect.com and multiple drawings of the unit that may help you.I hope the provided information is useful to you.

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James -
June 18, 2011
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I recommend that you follow the recommendations in the owner's manual for clearance on the sides, top and back of the microwave. The electronics can overheat if you enclose it in that type of space. You may check with your contractor to see if the cabinet cut-out can be altered.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 20, 2011
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