Model #9114042590 KENMORE Built-In Oven, Electric

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code f3 & code f6 9114042590 Kenmore Elec. built-in oven

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Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com.

I am sorry and do understand your frustration when you get these codes on your oven.

Glad to help out.   Im  looking at your model number 911.4042590.

The F3 code stipulates the sensor probe inside the oven.  Looks like a long needle that helps adjusts the temperature to the correct degree sorry to say that part is no longer available but the part number is 334300 and you might get lucky to use the part number on line to find it.  It may be the wiring that goes fro main control to the sensor.  That circuit line can melt or get burned, etc.

The  F6 code stipulates  there is something wrong with the main control board.   With both codes coming up it looks like it will have to do with the wiring from the sensor to the board.  Maybe a bad burnt wire you can clean and reuse.   Good luck.

If you have further questions please let me know.

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Larry L -
Sears Technician
September 19, 2013
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will a new circut board solve my problem with wall oven #911.4042590?

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The Oven is definitely something we depend on and when it begins to malfunction it can be a huge inconvenience. While you are waiting for an expert to respond, I have attached some helpful links below that may provide information to assist you with your question.

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Priscilla V -
January 04, 2012
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

I can't say with any certainty if replacing the oven control would fix your oven or not without additional information.

First, does the bake element heat up? If it doesn't then it could have a faulty bake element or oven control. The bake and broil element must heat in order for the oven to heat properly. The bake and broil elements alternate operation during bake. The bake element is on 75% of the time and the broil element is on for the remaining 25% while the oven is calling for heat. So both elements must be working in order for the oven the heat correctly. If you can confirm the bake element is Okay then I would suspect a faulty oven control. If the bake element is not working; the bake element should be taken out and tested for proper resistance. The bake element should measure approximately 22 ohms. I added a YouTube video showing how to test an oven element. If the bake element measures 22 ohms of resistance then I would suspect a faulty oven control board. NOTE: Disconnect the power supply from the oven before removing and disconnecting the bake element for testing.

The oven control is not available to order. The oven control would have to be removed from the oven by the technician and then sent off to a have it diagnosed and rebuilt.

Check the things I have covered here and 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
January 06, 2012
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problem with wall oven #911.4042590

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I know this type of information can be very helpful for you to have. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did some research on the unit. I was unable to locate information that would be helpful with regards to your question at this time. Your expert will answer within 24-48 hours with detailed information. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Alina F. -
December 27, 2011
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thankyou the information you will provide will be extremly helpful in my wife and me to make a decision about the repair to this unit thank you

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harold -
December 27, 2011
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You could have a problem with that bake element or the sensor. This intermittent problem that you are describing may be difficult to diagnose.

You can shut off the house circuit breakers (or remove the house fuses) for the oven to completely disconnect electrical power and check the wiring connections on the back of the bake element. A loose wiring connection could cause this problem. Here is a brief video that shows how to access that bake element: Bake Element Replacement . That video shows a freestanding range but he procedure should be basically the same for your wall oven. If you find no wiring problems, you can test the bake element with a volt/ohm meter as shown in this video: Bake and Broil Element Testing . That bake element should measure between 15 and 30 ohms. If it is "open" then it will need to be replaced. You can order parts from the Sears PartsDirect website.

If that element is okay, you could have a problem with the temperature sensor or the clock control board. The sensor is no longer available as a replacement part. The control board is no longer available but it could be removed and sent off for repair if necessary. Reply with additional details if you need more help with this failure.

Based on the age of this oven and the lack of availability of repair parts, I recommend that you consider replacing the oven instead of repairing it. You can view new oven models on the Sears.com .

You could have the oven serviced by a technician but the technician may not be able to repair the appliance if parts are not available. If you decide to have a service technician examine the oven, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
December 28, 2011
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