Model #KGSK901SSS01 Kitchenaid free standing, gas

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Q:

Why is a fan running when I'm using the burners to cook? The oven is off! Kgsk901sss01 Kitchenaid Free standing - gas

A:

This model slide in range does have a thermal switch which can close and cause the cooling fan to come on. The thermal switch closes at approximately 140 degrees and turns on the cooling fan to cool the electronic control board. The electronic control board aslo has fan relay which can also be causing the fan to come on. The fan coming on could be caused by the thermal switch or the electronic oven control board. I highly recommend calling a service technician to properly diagnose which component is faulty.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
November 02, 2014
Q:

Kitchen Aid gas range, self cleaning oven, door locked and won't open

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

I believe the model and serial number tag may be located on the oven frame after opening the storage drawer. 

 Based on the model number provided, there is a thermal cut off and a thermal switch wired in a series circuit in the line one (L1) power supply to the transformer which powers up the control board. If the thermal cut off or thermal switch is open, the electronic oven control will not power up.

I would pull the range out, disconnect the power cord or power source and remove the rear panel. Check the (TOD) thermal switch to see if it opened. 

There is also a control thermal switch and a cooling fan thermal switch located behind the manifold panel covering the surface burner valves. The one on the left is the control thermal switch and the one the right is cooling fan thermal switch.  But, in order to remove the control panel, the door will have to be opened in order to access some screws under the control panel. In order to access the door lock assembly, the control panel and top will need to be taken off.  

I believe the two thermal cut offs are located on the back of the range. Disconnect the power cord from the power source before removing the rear panel.

 I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post along with the model number if possible.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
March 30, 2013

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