Model #9119348810 Kenmore free standing, electric

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Question and Answers

Q:

Why do the temperature numbers keep rolling around and take forever to set on my Kenmore range model 9119348810?

A:

According to your model number, I see that the oven temperature is set by using the knob beside the clock. Pressing the TEMP RECALL (MINUTE DOWN ARROW) will display the temperature that the oven knob is set for. I am not sure what you are describing when you say that the temperature numbers keep rolling around. You should be able to properly set the oven by selecting the temperature on the control knob for the oven. After setting the temperature, you should be able to press the TEMP RECALL and see the same temperature that the knob is set for. If the temperature in the digital display is way off, then you have a bad oven control. This part would need to be replaced to fix this type of problem.

The timer is set by pressing the TIMER ON/OFF button and then using the hour and or minute up and down arrows to set the amount of time desired. It does not affect the oven temperature or operation. If the timer is not operating properly, then this would also indicate a faulty oven control. Since the timer does not affect oven operation, you may be able to do without it if the oven temperature will set properly.

If I misunderstood your problem, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
Q:

Should I be concerned about the safety of my Kenmore Range? The surface light is always on and it displays F1. It is also beeping.

A:

The indicator light is turned on and off by the switches that control your surface units. When you turn the switches off the light should go off. One of the switches for the top burners has failed and is not opening the circuit to the indicator light.

The only safety issue is if you leave a top burner on you won't have a light to remind you.

To know which switch is bad you can disconnect the power to the range and remove the cover on the rear of the control panel of the range. Disconnect the wires from the P terminal of 3 burner switches. Restore power and if the light is off disconnect power and connect the wires to another switch. The switch that causes the light to come back on when all switches are turned off is bad.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
November 05, 2008