Model #KEBS207DWH6 KITCHENAID Built-In Oven, Electric

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Kitchenaid electric oven takes long to heat, control panel, thermostat, or element?

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Having this kind of appliance can mean so many things so it can be a challenge to find out why its doing this. While you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, a suggestion I have is to visit Sears Home Services website to set service with a Sears technician. I have attached the link below. Hope this helps!

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Dezeray S -
March 14, 2011
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I'm sorry you are having this problem. Now, this range will calibrate in 5 degree increments up to 35 degrees. I see you have tried calibrating it but I'm still sending you the information to calibrate it. The bake element in this model is located inside the oven at the bottom and it is hidden. If the temperature is getting within 25 degrees and at times gets too hot, it indicates the bake element is working. To check the bake element would require pulling the range out of the wall. It can only be serviced from the back. I recommend calibrating it in small increments, maybe 10 or 15 degrees at a time. If it will not calibrate and still overheats or under heats, the problem will be with, either the sensor or the control board. I recommend having a technician make these checks. I'm listing a site you can access, to have a tech come out. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services . I hope this will help you. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
March 15, 2011
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Scott, A technician told me that problem is the control panel, so we replaced it. After calibrating it, the oven can hold 350 perfectly, but once you get to higher temps it gets screwy again. I believe the last two culprits would be the thermostat or sensor? How do you test either one? Is one more likely than the other? Thank you, Jeff

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Jeff Baxley -
March 28, 2011
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This model only has the control and sensor. There is no additional thermostat. Sense the control has been replaced and is working good until it reaches 350 degrees, the most likely problem will be with the sensor # 4451665. To actually check the sensor will require making a resistance check. First, disconnect power to the range. Now remove the sensor by taking out the screw holding it in place and pull the sensor forward. Disconnect the harness and check the sensor terminals. It should read approx. 1100 ohms at room temperature.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
March 29, 2011
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Scott, I tested both the upper/lower sensors and they have resistance of 1082 ohms at room temp, so I think those are good. I returned the control unit and ordered another in hopes that the new one was faulty. Any other ideas if this doesn't work? Thank you, Jeff

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Jeff Baxley -
April 04, 2011
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The resistance reading listed, does indicate the sensors are ok. Each sensor only controls the oven it's in. Now, make sure the oven has a good ground to it and all the wires to both the control and sensors are tight. If these checks are good, it would indicate the control is defective. The sensors and control are all that regulate the oven temperature. If it still fails, I recommend having a technician come out to check it.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
April 04, 2011
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