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Q:

Kenmore Elite Model Number 790.4292 2800. Kenmore Elite Built-In Oven Model Number 790.4812, 4813, 4814

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

Induction range tops and cook tops has a lot of electronic controls and control boards and you will need a service technician with experience and knowledge to properly diagnose and repair your cook top. The fault codes of 92/93 can indicate a Power Supply failure. In order to diagnose the failure; all cables & connections on the Filter Circuit Board, and the Induction assembly for the small burner will need to be inspected. The Filter Circuit Board for the small burner or the Generator Circuit Board on right side may need replacing or possibly both may need replacing.

This is why a service technician should diagnose and repair your cook top. You would not want to purchase a part and install it and find out it did not repair the issue and you would be stuck with an expensive part.

In order to clean the oven door glass will require removing the door from the oven and placing it on flat protected surface and separating the inner door panel from the outer panel. I added the Use and Care Guide and on page 31 it has the directions for removing the oven doors.

To separate the outer panel from the inner panel will require removing the two screws securing the handle, the screws along the top of the door and the screws along the bottom of the door. I strongly suggest having the technician take the door apart while he is there diagnosing and repairing your cook top. Taking the door apart is easy; putting it back together can be a challenge.

You can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 11, 2012
Q:

Kenmore 7 - sewing machine

A:

Thank you for your question.

I can understand wanting to know when the machine was made.

I can tell you that your machine model series started production in 1992 through 1995. But I cannot tell exactly when your model was made.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
June 28, 2011
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Freezer is running 24/7

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Thank you for your question as to why the freezer is running 24/7.

I would suggest using a couple of coolers to remove some of the food so you can check to see if the lower back wall of the inside of the freezer is frosted up and has not been going through defrost because this is a frost free freezer.

If you find a frost build up on the back wall thicker that just surface frost that you had came melt then I would say you have a defrost problem with the freezer and the evaporator is full of frost build up..

This will prevent the freezer from getting super cold and the reason why the bread is not frozen.

There are three components in the defrost circuit.

The defrost timer, the termination thermostat, and the defrost heating element.

The defrost timer is up in the temperature control box and may a small access cut in the panel for you to get to the defrost timer manual dial. If you have that you can use something like a butter knife to very slowly turn the dial clockwise and put the defrost timer into manual defrost. It will turn the compressor off and if the timer is working it will turn on the heater and in about 30 minutes turn the compressor back on.

There also is an evaporator fan motor that moves the air around and past the evaporator and throughout the interior of the freezer. It should be running if the compressor is running.

However if the evaporator has a frost build up it cannot move any air.

If it does not do that in about 30 minutes the timer may have stalled and will need to be replaced.

If it comes back on by itself the timer may be okay.

If the defrost heater is out it will not remove the frost build up on the evaporator behind the lower panel. There also is the heater termination thermostat and it will let the heater only be on for about 15 minutes of the 30 minute defrost cycle.

If it is bad it will not pass power to the heater and the heater will not be able to come on and defrost the evaporator coil.

If you attempt to check the freezer for frost build up and you find that to be the case and you are comfortable trying to repair it yourself then let me know what you find out and we can continue to troubleshoot and repair the problem.

If you find no frost on the coils then there may be a more serious problem that a service technician will have to check out.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
November 25, 2011
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Thank you for the update on the defrost circuit. It you tried to turn the defrost timer to defrost and the heater did not come on then we will need to figure out which component is the problem. The most likely is the defrost heater if the timer was in defrost and the heat did not come on. If you have a volt/ohm meter then we can ohm out the resistance of the heater and the defrost thermostat to see if they are open. Since you now have the coil defrosted then it would run a long time to get everything down to the zero degrees. It could run a couple of days to get all the food to that temperature. This will only help you for a few days to a week and if it continues to not defrost itself you will be back to the same problem. I would manually turn the defrost timer to defrost again to see it the heater will work now with not so much frost build up. If the heater still does not come on then it is either the termination thermostat or the heater itself. Please let me know if you want to proceed with the troubleshooting or if you will need to have a technician to come out to repair the freezer. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
November 28, 2011
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