Model #79091042400 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Q:

range is still dead after control board replacement

A:

I understand that your range is still dead after you replaced it. While you are waiting for an expert to respond, I have attached some helpful links below that may provide information to assist you with your question. Have a great day!

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Alina F. -
March 22, 2012
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Check to see if the cook top elements are heating. If not, then you likely have a voltage supply problem. Check the house circuit breakers for the range in that situation.

I provided a wiring schematic in the first image below. The second shows a wiring diagram for your range. The essential wiring connections are traced in the wire colors. I recommend that you unplug the range and check all of those wiring connections on the clock control board. If those wiring connections are okay, then you will probably need to take some live voltage checks to determine the cause of your heating failure. NOTE: You should only conduct the live voltage checks if you are completely confident in your technical ability to safely measure it. Wear proper safety equipment (electrical safety gloves and safety goggles) when measuring that live voltage. Unplug the range as soon as live checks are completed . You should measure 120 volts on the black and white wires at the board. If you measure that voltage then the control board should power up. If not, then the replacement control board could be defective. If the board powers up, you can check for 240 volts between black and red wires at the control board. When you set the control in the bake mode, you should measure 240 volts between yellow and orange. In broil mode, you should measure 240 volts between blue and orange. If the control board powers up and you have 240 volts going into the board on red and black but you do not measure 240 volts out of the board then the control board is defective. If you measure normal voltage out of that control board to the elements, then I recommend that you unplug the range and check that orange wire that is common to both elements.

This information may help you resolve this oven heating problem in your range. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 24, 2012
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range model # 79091042400 clock will set but nothing will work no oven no broiler no cook top

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When your range isn't operating it is impossible to make a home cooked meal, which can be very difficult to deal with. I researched your question and was able to find a couple links that include information regarding your range issue. I attached the links below. I hope this helps.

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Jackie S -
March 15, 2012
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Your symptoms point to a voltage supply problem. The control will work if only the L1 leg of 240 volt power is supplied to the range. It will not heat if that second leg of 120 volt power is missing. I recommend that you check the house circuit breaker or house fuses for the range first. If the house breakers or fuses are okay, then you could have a problem with that range outlet or the wiring. You can unplug the range and check the wiring at the terminal block on the back of the range. That wiring is shown in your installation guide. Here is a link for that installation guide in case you need it: Installation Instructions . Page 4 shows the wiring on that terminal block. Check the outlet cord for damage. If you find no problems with those issues, then you can check the electrical outlet for the range using a volt/ohm meter. The diagram in the image below shows the voltage that you should measure at that outlet. NOTE: You should only measure this live outlet voltage if you are completely confident in your technical ability to safely check it. Wear proper safety equipment (electrical safety gloves and safety goggles) when checking that live outlet voltage . If you do not have the 240 volts at the outlet, I recommend that you have an electrician fix that problem.

If you have the proper voltage at the outlet, then you could have a bad outlet cord or an internal wiring failure in the range.

These tips may help you resolve this range heating problem. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
March 16, 2012
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