Model #79046594501 KENMORE Slide-In Range, Electric

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Q:

What could cause the surface burners and oven to quit heating when all the lights and clock still works?

A:

Most likely you have lost the L2 voltage supply to the range. I recommend locating both breakers in your house breaker box designated for the range and flip both breakers off and on a few times and recheck operation.

If the surface burners and the oven still will not heat there could be a burnt or loose connection at the terminal box where the incoming L2 voltage supply is connected to the range. Voltage should be checked at the terminal box located behind the range. It should read 220vac across the two outside terminals.

I recommend calling a service technician if resetting the house breakers for the range does not work.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
September 24, 2008
Q:

My oven and cooktop will not get hot. All lights and the clock work. It is a 30" electric slide-in range.

A:

Most likely you have a tripped circuit breaker in your house. The lights and the clock operate on 120 volts ac. If one circuit breaker is tripped you may still have the 120 volts ac to operate the clock and lights.

The oven and top elements use 240 volts ac to heat. If one breaker trips you don't have 240 volts ac to the range.

It is possible that a wire inside the range is broken or disconnected. If the circuit breaker is not tripped someone will need to check the range with a volt meter to determine where the problem is.

Don't just look at the circuit breakers. Turn the circuit breakers for the range off firmly and back on. Sometimes the circuit breaker won't look like it is tripped.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
September 24, 2008

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