Model #7277 BLACK & DECKER Drill Driver

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need wiring diagram for the switch on model 7277 black & decker hammer drill 7277

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Why is my Kenmore stove (model: 790.96122408) showing F10?

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Getting error codes on appliance can mean so many different things so when this happens it can be a mystery to find out. While you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, I was searching in the Manage My Life website and found a great link. I have provided the link below. Hope this helps!

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Dezeray S -
January 19, 2011
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern. Based on you symptom and details the left front burner and element ON light is not related to the "F10" fault code. It sounds like you have two different failures. The "F10" fault code implies the oven control has sensed a potential runaway oven condition. The oven control board could have a shorted relay or the oven temperature sensor (RTD) may have gone bad. The oven temperature sensor is located inside the oven cavity in the rear upper left or upper right hand corner.

You can diagnose the "F10" fault by disconnecting the oven temperature sensor probe and testing the resistance of the sensor with an Ohm meter. The oven temperature sensor should measure approximately 1100 ohms at room temperature (72-77 degrees). If the oven temperature sensor measures to specification, the oven control will need to be replaced. If the oven temperature sensor does not measure according to the RTD scale, replace the oven temperature sensor.

The left front burner switch has likely failed causing the ON led to glow and cause the surface element to stay warm.

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 .

The parts can be ordered from Sears PartsDirect

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
January 20, 2011
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I've changed the electronic oven control to fix the F10 problem--it was so easy! Thanks for your help. I appreciate it. But I'm left with the left front burner issue. The element on light is still flowing red. What should I do about this? Given some advice on what is wrong and what parts I need I am sure I can fix it.

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bhattiman -
January 28, 2011
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bhattiman: I glad you were able to replace and resolve the F10 error. Now, I recommend replacing the left front surface burner switch. Order part #5303935086 and remember to disconnect the power supply from the range before removing the rear panel and replacing the burner switch. Make a note of where the wires attach to the old switch before disconnecting the wires.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
January 28, 2011
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How do I change my gas oven thermostate model #36275322002.

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Maira E -
August 25, 2010
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Thank you for your question.

• This repair is not that difficult to do and I am sure you can do it. You will need some regular hand tools, like a # 2 Phillips screw driver and a ¼ inch hex nut driver.

• First DISCONNECT POWER to the range. You can do this by tripping the circuit breaker at the electrical panel box for the range or pull the range away from the wall and unplug from the wall.

• To gain access to the control panel you will need to remove the screws from the upper back panel on the range and locate the screws that hold the screws that hold the control panel to the console.

• Remove the control knob from the control on the front control panel before removing the clock control.

• On most of these controls the touch pad interface is on the front of the control panel will need to be removed and re-installed onto the new clock oven control.

• Locate the screws that secure the old clock oven control to the control panel and remove.

• Once removed locate the flat ribbon strip that comes from the touch pad interface and remove from the old control panel by releasing the plastic lock that holds it secure on the board and set aside.

• Remove the other connectors from the old clock and install on the new clock one connector at a time. Once this is done re-install the flat ribbon connector from the touch pad onto the new control board and re-lock the holding tab.

• When re-installing the control board make sure the touch pad is in it proper location in the window when re-installing the control on the control panel.

• Note! On some replacement clocks the touch pad interface may have came with the new board. If it did not ignore the on removing and interface touch pad directions.

• Re-install the new clock into the control panel and secure with the same screws you removed.

• Re-install the control knob onto the new control.

• Do not re-install the back panel yet, until we have replaced the oven temp sensor.

• Go to the front of the range and open the oven door. Locate and remove the oven sensor in the upper back of the oven cavity. It should require removing two ¼ inch hex head screws or what ever type of screw they used to secure the sensor to the oven wall.

• Once the screws are removed carefully pull the sensor through the oven back wall feed the wires and the connector into the oven cavity. If you where able to do this, disconnect the connector plug and install new sensor and re-install back onto the oven cavity.

  • If you are not able to pull the sensor wire through you may have to access the wire connector from the back of the range. It may require removing the lower panel.

• Once you are done with this step you can put back upper cover back on the range with the same screws you used to remove them.

• Plug in or restore power to the range, reset the clock for the time of day and check oven operation.

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 .

I hope this will help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 26, 2010
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