We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 322 Kelvinator Range models
Families depend on their gas and electric Kelvinator ranges to prepare meals each day, from biscuits for breakfast to toasty-warm oven-baked lasagna for dinner. When their ovens fail to bake properly, however, those meals get left in limbo. If your Kelvinator range fails to heat to the proper temperature or doesn't operate correctly on the broil setting, try these repair tips to get things back in excellent working order.
One of the most common stove repair parts needed to correct a range that doesn't bake properly is the oven thermostat. This temperature-controlled switch regulates heating inside the oven. If it fails to runs on the oven burner, fails to maintain the proper temperature or fails to disengage the burner at the correct temperature, the oven thermostat may need to be replaced.
A defective temperature sensor probe can also cause your stove to stop baking correctly. This component detects the temperature inside the oven and maintains the set heat level. If your range's oven fails to maintain the proper temperature, use compatible range parts to replace the temperature sensor.
The bake and broil elements in ranges are located at the bottom and top of the oven respectively. If either element is defective, that particular setting doesn't hold heat as it should. Unplug your range, and then inspect both elements for damage, cracks and burns, and if found, replace the part in question immediately. For easy gas and electric range DIY repair help, order replacement components from Sears PartsDirect.
Sears PartsDirect stocks a wide variety of replacement parts for Kelvinator ranges, giving you options when it's time to make a repair. For lists of available parts options, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button or call 1-800-252-1698.