Model #91146566892 KENMORE Slide-In Range, Electric

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Q:

I may have tripped something while replacing the lower element on my Kenmore slide-in electric oven, model# 91146566892. Is there a reset or fuse to be reset?

A:

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Barbara H. -
November 26, 2011
A:

Okay. I searched the back panels and I don't see any reset buttons or fuses. Would really like to know how I get power.

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Curtis -
November 26, 2011
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You may know this now, but you should have completely disconnected electrical power to the range before accessing and replacing that element in your oven. You could have blown a house fuse or a circuit breaker in the electrical box of your home that supplies voltage to that range. I recommend that you check that issue first.

NOTE: Be sure that you completely disconnect electrical power to the range before accessing any internal components.

If you reset the house circuit breakers or find and replace a house fuse for that range, then it may work normally. If not, you could have a problem with a thermal switch in the L2 leg of the voltage supply. The wiring diagram in the image below shows a thermal switch on the L2 supply to the bake and broil elements. Your range may or may not have this component installed. According to your details, it is probably not present on your range. You can completely disconnect power to the range and check the red wire between the terminal block and the bake element to determine whether this component is installed on your range. If not, then you probably have a voltage supply problem or shorted out clock control board this is causing this failure. I recommend that you have a service technician diagnose and repair this type of failure in your range. Here is a link for the Sears Service website: Sears Home Services .

NOTE: I do not recommend that you continue to access components in this range unless you are completely confident that you have electrical power completely disconnected to the range.

If you need more help, reply with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 29, 2011
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Why doe my Kenmore range model 911.46566893 show all 8's on the control panel?

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This symptom indicates that the oven control board has failed. You will need to replace this part to fix the range. You can order a new control board from the Sears PartsDirect website. The part number is WB27T10417.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
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My range is a year newer and I found that if I cut the power, pulled the stove out a few inches, took the screws out just above the oven door and on either end of the control panel I could drop the panel to get at the electrical plug-ins on the panel. Make note of where the wires are connected and disconnect them. Gently tap on the resistors and capacitors and anything else that looks like it could have influence, with you screw driver; let sit for a few minutes and then reconnect the wires. Make sure that nothing is touching the electrical connections and then turn on the power to see if this works. If it does cut power and put back together. I've had the 8's and an F1 error and this procedure has worked for me twice in the past 3 years. Much cheaper than a whole new panel!

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echos -
December 26, 2008
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