Model #91193512010 KENMORE Free Standing, Electric

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I have a problem wiring a clock timer on my sears stove model number 91193512010

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Alina F. -
August 21, 2011
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

The broil element is always connected to 120 volts (L2) at one of the two terminals and if the broil element is shorted it will come on and heat no matter what the control is set at. When the control is set to broil, it closes the L1 relay which completes the path of L1 to the broil element and then will get red hot because L2 voltage is always present to the broil element until the house circuit breaker is turned off. See image below.

You can test to see if the broil element is shorted by using an Ohm meter. I added a YouTube video showing how to test the element with an Ohm meter. Set the Ohm meter for checking Ohms/Resistance and with both wires disconnected from the broil element; place on meter lead on the terminal and the other lead on the heater element and see if the meter measures continuity. Then place the meter on the other terminal and see if it measures continuity. If it measures continuity between either terminal to the heater element housing then the broil element is shorted and will need to be replaced. NOTE: Disconnect the range from the power source before removing and testing the broil element. This may be the issue. If not, please reply and I will be glad to assist you further.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 23, 2011
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Thanks, I am going to check this all this evening.

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max -
August 24, 2011
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ok I checked the broiler element and it shows continuity @ 15? When I disconnect the element and try to just make the stove work it doesnt heat. Could the new switch I bought be bad? Thanks in advance.

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max -
August 28, 2011
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Max: Since the bake and broil elements alternate operation during the bake cycle; one of the two oven elements should heat even though one is disconnected. I thought after you installed the new oven control the broil element was staying even when the oven control was off? Did you happen to mis-wire the new oven control? What was the original problem with the oven? It could be a faulty new oven control or it's mis-wired. You may need to check the voltage supply to the bake and broil elements if you have experience and feel safe and confident in doing so; otherwise I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose and repair your range. I added the wiring diagram in the previous response to reference.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 29, 2011
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This all started when I had a small fire on the circuit board because I turned the oven up too high. The broiler does come on even though the switch is in the off position, when I turn it too bake the broiler stays on but not the bake unit. I am pretty sure it is wired just like the old one since I took a picture of it before I unwired it. I could send a picture of the current wiring if that would help?

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max -
August 29, 2011
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Max: The oven control would only allow the oven to reach a maximum temperature which should not have caused the oven control board to catch fire or short out. Are you saying that the broil element is still heating but not the bake element? Have you tested the Bake element for continuity/ohms? Yes, a picture of how the new control is wired may be helpful is seeing if it's connected properly. Remember now that the broil and bake element operation will alternate meaning that one will come on and then the other one. Both will not be on at the same time.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 29, 2011
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here we go :-)

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max -
August 29, 2011
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Max: Thanks for the picture. It looks as if you have the control wired correctly. The next step is to check the voltage supply to the bake and broil elements when the oven is set to bake and when set to broil. Leave the wires connected to the bake and broil elements and carefully check and monitor the voltage supply across the two wire leads connected to the bake and broil elements. If you do not feel confident and safe in doing so, I recommend calling a service technician to diagnose the failure.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
August 29, 2011
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I will check, thanks!

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max -
August 29, 2011
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Kenmore range 911.93512010.

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Replacing that part is a must. I have attached the link to your Kenmore range parts diagram below. Click on the link to load.

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Priscilla -
March 31, 2011
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

I do not understand what part you�re describing. I have to assume the terminal block is broken. The terminal block (key#255) as shown on the back guard page is the part that the three wires of the power cord are attached to. I added an image below of the back guard page.

If this assumption is correct then you need the terminal block part #WB17T10003 and the three screws part #WB1X5967 and the three nuts #WB1X5968.

If this is not what you need, add an image of the broken part to your reply.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
April 01, 2011
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Yes, this looks to be the correct part. But, the manual that I have lists part number WB01T10056 for the screw. Is this the same as #WB1X5967? Are they interchangeable?

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Sherry -
April 05, 2011
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Sherry: According to my information the part numbers change. The screws are WB1X5967 and WB1X5968 for the nuts. When the terminal block is looked up it has a note saying to use WB1X5967 screws and WB1X5968 nuts. This is what it shown when pricing the terminal block -order 3 of WB1X5967 screws & 3 of WB1X5968 nuts

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
April 05, 2011
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Great, thanks for your help!

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Sherry -
April 05, 2011
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Do I remove and replace the bake element from inside the oven cavity?

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The bake element can be replaced from inside the oven cavity. In order to remove and replace the bake or broil element you will need to remove the two screws securing bake element to the rear wall of the oven cavity. Pull the element out slowly so that the wires do not pull off the element and then draw themselves back through the opening and out of reach. NOTE: Disconnect the power supply from the power source before removing the bake element. The wires will either push on the terminals of the heating element or they may be connected by screws.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 19, 2009

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