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With multiple heat settings and intuitive designs, KitchenAid ranges are favored by home cooks. Oven malfunctions can bring kitchen operations to a halt. Locate the source of the problem with these easy troubleshooting tips.
When the oven door on your KitchenAid range stops working, a faulty door lock assembly is the likely cause. Some ovens come with a control lock or child lock mode; follow the directions in your manual to disable both modes. If the door doesn't open, turn off the power to the oven, and find the wires that run between the door lock and the electronic control board. Look for breaks, nicks and cracks, and replace any damaged wires. If the door remains shut, you may need to replace the electronic control board or door lock assembly with the correct stove repair parts for your model.
Occasionally, KitchenAid ovens fail to heat to the correct temperature, causing food to come out undercooked or overcooked. Test the accuracy of the oven temperature settings by placing a high-heat thermometer into the oven and turning it to a specific setting. If the reading is more than 10 degrees off, you may need to replace one or more range parts, including the oven control thermostat or the temperature sensor probe.
When you need gas and electric range DIY repair help for a mysterious problem, try eliminating causes. If the burners work but the oven doesn't heat, you may need a new bake element or oven igniter. If the cooktop has recently overheated, check for failed thermal fuses.
Sears PartsDirect provides a broad range of repair parts for KitchenAid gas and electric ranges. To find a part for your KitchenAid range, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.