Model #79078669602 KENMORE Free Standing, Gas

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what is the measurements of my range and cubic feet 79078669602 Kenmore Gas range


Thank you for contacting with your question about your Kenmore Gas Range, model 79078669602. I will be happy to help you with the range measurements and cubic feet. 
The measurements are as follows:
Height to the top of the control panel   47-3/4 inches
Height to the top of cooktop                36-1/8 inches 
Width                                                  29-7/8 inches
Depth                                                  25-3/4 inches
Depth with door open                          44-5/8 inches
This range has 5.0 cubic feet cooking capacity.
I hope this answers your questions. If you need further assistance, please resubmit your question with additional detail. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business. 

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
May 07, 2014

What does "F10" fault code mean and how to I fix it?


The "F10" fault code is indicating a runaway temperature. This could be caused by a failed oven temperature sensor (RTD) or a failed Electronic Oven Control (EOC). The (EOC) is more likely at fault than the temperature sensor (RTD).

To determine if the RTD (temperature sensor) is at fault it should be removed from inside the oven cavity and tested with an ohm meter. The "RTD" sensor should have a resistance measurement of 1091 ohms plus or minus 5.3 ohms at room temperature of 75 degrees plus or minus 2.5 degrees. If the "RTD" sensor tests and checks out okay according to the RTD scale, replace the (EOC). If the temperature sensor does not measure the correct resistance, replace the (RTD) sensor.

The electronic oven control (EOC) is part #316452311 and the oven temperature sensor (RTD) is part #316490000.

The (RTD) sensor is located secured to the rear panel inside the oven cavity. It will be in the upper left or upper right rear corner. It will be secured with two screws. Remove the screws and slowly pull the sensor out and disconnect it. Use an ohm meter to test the resistance and compare it with the RTD scale in the image below.

To remove and replace the (EOC), disconnect the range from the power supply and slide the range out from the wall. Remove the rear panel covering the control panel to gain access to the (EOC).

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
February 03, 2010

is the oven temp sensor also called the temp. probe I have a f10 problem on my model 790.96114408 and can't get a part no# to save my life

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John -
February 16, 2012
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