Model #79092889302 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Q:

Oven glass door replacement

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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

It appears that all three door glasses are available. The outer door glass, the inner glass and the glass on the back of the door appear to be available.  Part #316237000 is no longer available but are you sure this is the broken one and not the outer door glass? If you do need part 316237000, it is no longer available and we do not have any other source for the part.

 I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post. 

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 26, 2013
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replace the red light on kenmore stove 79092889302

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How do you replace the red indicator light on Kenmore stove model 79092889302. This is the light that shows that the heating element is on

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Juanita -
September 26, 2013
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

You can access and replace the red lens or the indicator light from behind the range. NOTE:Disconnect the power cord from the power source first.

Slide the range out and disconnect the power cord. Remove the screws from the cover behind the control panel. The indicator light must be slid off from the Red lens and then the lens can be pulled out from the front of the control panel. See image below for instruction of removing the indicator light.

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post. 

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
September 27, 2013
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Kenmore Range

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Good afternoon.... I can understand your being confused over the range. I did locate a link that will discuss the matter in more detail. I would suggest waiting for an expert response especially to address the clock being reset. They should be in touch with you within the next two days if not sooner. I hope this link is helpful and have a nice day.

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Henry -
December 02, 2012
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I am not sure that I understand the description of your problem. You indicate that you turn the knob on your range to turn on the element. Which knob are you turning? Are you turning on a knob for a stovetop surface burner? Is the buzzing noise coming from the burner switch or the electronic oven control board? Is the clock display correct on the electronic oven control board before you turn the knob? When it resets that display, what does the digital display indicate? Which element is not heating or only heating a little (oven element or which stovetop element)? Your details seem to indicate that you may have a problem with the electronic oven control board and also a stovetop burner switch. Reply with additional details if you want to fix this problem yourself.

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
December 03, 2012
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Yes its for the stovetop burner. Its coming from the back of the range. Well when I first posted this the display worked but now when you turn off the stoptop elements the display goes blank nothing shows. None of the stovetop elements heat now! Before they heated a little and its all of the stoptop elements. We can't even turn on the oven cause the display is blank and not working and also we tried to turn on a stovetop element then turn on the oven and it still doesn't work! I hope this helps enough!

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Jessica -
December 03, 2012
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The buzzing is coming from the back of the range sorry I didn't make it clear in the above post!

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Jessica -
December 03, 2012
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Hello Jessica. Thanks for the clarifications of your details. When the digital clock display for the range will not light up unless a burner is turned on, this normally indicates that you are missing the L1 leg of 240 volt power. This range is connected to a 240 volt outlet. The electrical outlet normally supplies the range with 2 legs of 120 volt power. When you turn on one of the burners, I posted a wiring diagram in the image below. The normal voltage supply path to the digital electronic clock control board is traced in green. The abnormal path that seems to be completed when you turn on a surface element control knob is shown traced in red. Based on this information, I suspect that you may have a tripped house circuit breaker for that L1 leg of power. Your house may have fuses instead of circuit breakers. I recommend that you check that issue first. You may have a problem with a component that is shorting out and causing that circuit breaker to trip. Restoring the proper power to the range may not completely fix your problem in that situation. If you reset the house circuit breaker and it trips again right away, I recommend that you have a service technician examine the range and repair it. If you want to fix the range yourself, reply with additional details and we will assist you further. Note: If the house circuit breaker is not tripped, then you can UNPLUG the range and check the wiring on the terminal block as shown in the installation guide. I posted a link for the installation guide below this response. If that wiring is okay, then you can carefully check the voltage at the electrical outlet as shown in the 2nd link that I posted below. Be sure that you follow the safety precautions if you check that live outlet voltage yourself.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 04, 2012
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I had my husband read what you wrote above and we replaced the EOC and it started working just fine but its still tripping the breaker! If we turn the breaker back on then we can use it until it decides to trip it again! The key pad is working now and it wasn't before it just keeps tripping the breaker! So if you can help me figure out what is going on there I would really appreciate it! Thanks

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Jessica -
December 06, 2012
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Check to see if the breaker trips when you use the burner with that simmer switch. Activate the simmer switch and then deactivate it with the burner on. If the breaker is tripping due to that switch being defective, then replacing that simmer switch should fix your problem. If the simmer burner and the simmer switch are both working properly, then you could have a problem with one of the components that is connected to the electronic oven control board. Unplug the range and check the bake and broil elements for visible damage. Use a volt/ohm meter to check the resistance through the elements and check for a short to the metal cabinet through both the bake and broil elements. You should measure between 10 and 40 ohms through the bake element (probably around 25 ohms). You should measure that similar resistance through the broil element. The wiring diagram shown above will guide you in checking that resistance from the wires that are connected to the control board. Check the resistance of each wire that is connected to the control board for resistance to the metal cabinet ground. Place one probe on a wire and the other meter probe on the bare metal cabinet next to the electronic oven control board. You should detect OL -- open load or infinite resistance during that test of each wire. If you find a circuit that measures resistance during that test then you likely have a wiring or component short circuit to the metal cabinet. This can cause the breaker to trip. This information may help you resolve this problem in your range. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 07, 2012
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