Model #79095884302 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Q:

How to isolate an oven malfunction?

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The electronics on modern ovens offer many features and also offer more opportunities for malfunction. While you wait for the expert to review your model, you can check a previous expert post if you like. The model is a bit different but you can check it if you like for additional items you may not have already tested. I attached the link below.

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Barbara H. -
March 06, 2011
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Be sure you have 220-240 volts coming into the clock. With the oven set to bake at 350 degrees, you should have 220 volts across terminals L1 and L2 in on the back of the clock. If you don't have this voltage, check across the red and black wires on the terminal block the range cord connects to. You might have a tripped circuit breaker or a problem in the house wiring.

If you have voltage across L1 and L2 in, leave the oven set to bake at 350 and check voltage across terminals Bk (Y-6 wire) and L2 out (O-6 wire). If you don't have 220-240 volts here, the clock is bad. If you have voltage across Bk and L2 out and no voltage to the bake element, you have a broken wire.

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Jimmy K -
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March 07, 2011
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Why won't the broil element work in the bake mode on my Kenmore range model 79095884302?

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The broil element will not heat at the same time as the bake element during the normal bake mode. It will alternate with the bake element. If you never see the broil element heating during the bake mode, then you may have a control board problem. I am not able to find specific data regarding the cycling of the broil element in the bake mode. It is controlled by the electronic oven control board. A failure of the oven to maintain proper baking temperature would indicate a possible problem with the control board. If the oven is heating properly, the control board may not be cycling the broil element on because it is not needed to properly maintain temperature. If you suspect that you have a problem with the control board, I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose the range.

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Lyle W -
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