Model #5644498510 KENMORE Counter Unit Electric

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Kenmore Inductive Cooktop model 5644498510

A:

It is likely that you would need the control board and other parts to fix that cook top. I checked for other sources that may have that control board. I did not find it available from any source. Based on the lack of availability of that part, I recommend that you replace the cook top instead of trying to repair it.

You can view current models of cook tops on the Sears.com website.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 19, 2011
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The part number for the control board is 12994. There is a repair facility that is set up to repair that control board. A technician is normally required to remove that control board and ship it to that facility for repair. The repair of that control board normally costs around $150. I provided a link for that repair facility in case you are able to safely remove that control board and want to send it off for repair. Replacing that control board may not completely fix your problems but it may be worth a shot to fix the cook top.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 22, 2011
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model 5644498510 induction cook top right side temp lights flash.

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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

This type of failure will require a service technician to diagnose. It could have one of many possible electrical component failures. There are many electrical components in the unit and some of the major components are no longer available.  It could have a faulty microcomputer control, dead power coil unit, or burnt wire connection. A service technician would disconnect the power supply from the cook top and proceed with a quick check out procedure that would involve switching connections between a working power coil unit and the dead unit. If no change, the power coil unit has likely failed. If it worked, the microcomputer control has likely failed. There are other possible failures but you will need a service technician with the experience and knowledge to properly diagnose and repair your induction cook top. 

I would consider replacing the cook top rather than investing any money due to its age and since some of the components are no longer available.

If you decide to have a service technician diagnose this failure, you can schedule service through this link:Sears Home Services.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
April 10, 2013

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