Model #79095329301 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Electric Control Board 79095329301 Kenmore Electric range

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Thank you for choosing sears I would be happy to help you with your range. Upon researching model 79095329301; it sounds like you may need to replace the electronic control board. The “F1” error code normally indicates that the electronic control board is not working properly. When replacing the control board you may also need to replace the faceplate/overlay on the control board that has all the buttons labeled on it. The faceplate/overlay is glued on to the control board, you can try to carefully pry the faceplate/overlay but this part is usually unusable when removed since it does not evenly come off. I have posted a link below of the faceplate/overlay key#20A and control board key#20.

I trust that this information will help you, thank you have a great day.

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Jeff Wallace Jr -
Sears Technician
November 13, 2014
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Elements inside kenmore range wont turn on.

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I can imagine the frustration when trying to use the oven only to have the fuse tripped and not be able to cook. I see a previous expert post with some information that may help while you wait for your expert. I attached the link below. If you need a technician visit you can use the Sears Home Services scheduler below.

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Barbara H. -
September 18, 2011
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The range might have a bad bake element and broil element. The problem could also be the electronic oven control (clock). The range could also have a wire that has shorted and burned.

The best way to be sure what is wrong with the range is to test the voltage to the bake and broil elements.

If you have a volt meter and know how to use it and want to troubleshoot the range, reply on this thread and I will send the instructions for testing the elements and wiring.

If you are not comfortable doing these tests, you can go to Home Services and get a Sears technician to repair the range.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
September 20, 2011
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What determines the temperature of my Kenmore oven model 790.95329301?

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The oven temperature sensor probe measures the oven temperature. The EOC (Electronic Oven Control board) senses the temperature in the oven by measuring resistance through the oven temperature sensor probe. The EOC closes (and opens) the contacts on the oven elements to maintain the set oven temperature based on the resistance (temperature) measured through the sensor probe.

The EOC will not maintain a perfectly constant temperature in the oven. The elements will cycle on and off to maintain an AVERAGE temperature that should match the set temperature. The actual temperature in the oven will cycle above and below the set temperature by design. This is normal. To accurately measure the oven temperature, a technician will normally allow the oven to preheat and then cycle on and off several times before measuring an AVERAGE temperature through at least 5 heating cycles in the oven. If you preheat the oven and allow the temperature to stabilize and then observe and record the average temperature with an accurate thermometer while the oven cycles on and off 5 times, then you can check the actual (average) temperature and compare it accurately to the set temperature. If your average temperature is different than your set temperature, then you can adjust it using the calibration mode described on page 23 of your owner's manual (up to 35 degrees).

If the oven is heating properly and the average temperature is close to the set temperature, I do not recommend that you replace the oven temperature sensor. If the average temperature is more than 35 degrees off, then you may be able to fix the problem by replacing the oven temperature sensor probe. I recommend that you carefully measure the average temperature before replacing parts since the elements seem to be heating properly.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
February 26, 2010

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