We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 928 Caloric Range models
Households depend on Caloric gas and electric ranges to prepare everything from scrambled eggs to Thanksgiving turkey. However, even the most dependable range may eventually go on the fritz and fail to work at all. If the oven and burners are both cold, read these troubleshooting tips to determine why your range isn't working.
If the electrical circuit is overloaded or tripped, your range cannot get power. Clocks stop, oven lights go dark, and neither the burners nor oven can heat. Thankfully, this tip requires no disassembly or stove repair parts. Unplug any appliances on the circuit to prevent another overload, then reset the circuit breaker at the control box.
The outlet may not provide sufficient voltage. Test the outlet using a voltage meter; most electrical ranges require 220 volts. Alternatively, plug the range into an outlet that is close to the breaker box and has no other devices on the circuit. If the range still doesn't work, it may have a damaged plug, faulty internal wiring or a broken electronic oven control board, which controls the heating elements and the clock. Sears PartsDirect provides control board replacement instructions, along with range parts and gas and electric range DIY repair help.
On gas ranges, a kink in the gas supply can prevent the burners and oven from igniting. Pull the range away from the wall, and inspect the line. If you smell gas at any point, stop immediately, exit the house and call for help. If the gas range has an electrical problem, you can usually still ignite individual burners with a match, which rules out a gas supply issue.
Sears PartsDirect carries replacement parts for many models of gas and electric ranges. Just choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.