We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 3 Kirkland Range models
Kirkland manufactures electric ranges that provide baking, broiling and many additional cooking functions essential for home kitchens. One problem that occasionally crops up with Kirkland ranges is a total lack of function, and a range that does not operate prevents cooking entirely.
Kirkland ranges draw power from dedicated outlets in homes. Inspect the circuit breakers for the kitchen to ensure that none have tripped during regular operation, and ensure that other electronics in the area work in their outlets before beginning to determine which stove repair parts you need. Resetting kitchen circuit breakers should restore power in the event that a momentary spike or surge trips them.
The power cord is one of the most crucial range parts for an electric range, and cables may become worn or fray when used around corners and in tight spaces. Replace the power cord to restore Kirkland ranges to operation and help prevent potential hazards related to loose or exposed wires in the home. If you move the range to another kitchen, adapt the unit for use by replacing the cord with one that matches the new outlet.
Self-clean settings on the oven can trip the thermal fuse, requiring a reset. This fuse detects when the temperature in the oven reaches dangerous levels, but it may also malfunction and trip without adequate heat. Users can reset the thermal fuse by removing an exterior panel and manually clicking the unit. A skilled owner who understands gas and electric range DIY repair help and troubleshooting can also replace thermal fuses to restore the unit to service.
Sears PartsDirect offers power cords and related components to keep Kirkland ranges in top condition. Choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.