Model #79096614400 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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Q:

Where can I get a replacement wiring diagram (information from the back of the range) for Kenmore electric range model 790.96614400?

A:

The technical information on this range is shown in the image below. The first image shows the wiring diagram and the second image shows the wiring schematic. The third image shows the additional technical information that is included in the tech sheet that is normally behind the range or stored in the console. It is likely that you have a wiring or component short to the metal cabinet ground in the range. Since the trouble began when you were adjusting a burner infinite switch, you may want to unplug the range and look at that component first. A service technician may be needed to find the short or component problem.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
October 26, 2009
Q:

What ohms reading should I see when I check the temperature probe on my Kenmore range?

A:

If the neither bake or broil elements work even though the oven control will allow you to select and start a bake or broil cycle, the likely failure is the oven control board. It is not likely a temperature sensor probe failure otherwise it would display a "F30 or F31" fault code. The failure is likely control board. It's not closing the Line 2 (L2) relay which should supply L2 voltage to both bake and broil elements. I added the wiring diagram in the image below so that you can see the electrical circuit to the bake and broil elements. The bake and broil elements must have 220-240 volts supplied to them in order to heat. If the broil element works, the failure is still most likely the oven control board. It's not closing the relay in order to supply the L1 voltage out of the BK (P3) terminal to the bake element.

I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your range.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 09, 2009

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