Model #79096214408 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Q:

What are best ways to remove tin foil from bottom of oven?

A:

I can understand your disappointment in this foil being melted onto the bottom of your oven.  This is extremely common so don't feel bad.  It has absolutely no impact on the functioning of your oven.  You could use a razor blade, at a 90 degree angle, to attempt to scrape off as much as possible.  Using the self clean cycle will not help remove the foil.  Be careful if you use a blade.   I have located a link that will discuss your situation in more detail. 
Click here to view the link.  Though this link discusses a different model number,
the mechanics are likely going to be very similar. Keep in mind that an expert will be
responding within the next two business days if not sooner and will likely offer you more information and
instruction. I hope this information will be helpful and have a nice day.

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Henry -
July 12, 2013
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I understand how important it can be to have this type of information. I am happy to help. I see Henry provided an excellent link and information regarding this cleaning procedure. I recommend following his advice, please click here to review the link. Once you remove as much as possible with the scrubber, you may be able to scrub some more off using a kitchen cleanser called Bar Keepers Friend. This is a mild abrasive powder cleaner that may help remove some more of the foil without harming the finish inside the oven. I recommend getting as much of the foil up before attempting a self cleaning cycle on the range. Although it may look unattractive, the foil will not affect the performance of the range significantly. You can continue to use the range normally.

If you would like to order the bottom of the range, you can go to our parts site at Sears Parts Direct.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Desiree -
Sears Technician
July 12, 2013
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What is a f10 code on Kenmore range model# 79096214408. Need to know how to change senor #37

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Doing things on your own can sometimes be tricky. I have attached a link below that will be able to give you the information that you are looking for. Hope this helps! http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/questions/143714-how-to-access-and-replace-the-temperature-sensor-in-my-kenmore-electric-range

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Alina F. -
October 22, 2010
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I understand wanting to remove and replace the oven temperature sensor probe (key#37) yourself. The procedure is easy. The oven sensor can most likely be removed and replaced from inside the oven cavity (see first image below) providing the two screws securing the oven sensor is visible from inside the oven cavity. If you do not see the two screw heads from inside the oven cavity then you will have to access and replace the oven sensor from the rear of the range. Disconnect the power supply and then slide the range out from the wall and remove the back panel. The oven sensor will have a quick disconnect plug to disconnect. (See second image below) Disconnect the connector, remove the mounting screw and pull the the sensor out. Reverse the procedure to install the new sensor.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 23, 2010
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What could be causing a slight electrical smell when starting the oven?

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There are no recalls on you model range. The electrical odor could be emitting from any electrical load bearing component or wiring. When you say that the slight electrical smell eventually goes away could indicate that it's not an electrical burning odor and instead could be food or grease burning off the bake or broil elements even though the bake element is hidden.

If you feel that it's an electrical burning odor and not food burning off, I recommend calling a service technician to find the cause of the electrical odor and repair your range.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 06, 2009

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