Most of the time, your KitchenAid wall oven roasts your turkey and bakes your chocolate chip cookies to perfection. On those rare occasions when it doesn't reach the temperature you need or the broiler fails to brown or crisp foods as it should, try these troubleshooting tips to figure out what KitchenAid part might help you get your oven back to work again.
A wall oven's thermostat is a key element in controlling the internal temperature of the oven. If the burner isn't coming on when you start the oven or it isn't maintaining the temperature you need, you may need a new thermostat. The thermostat could also be the cause of the problem If you're seeing problems with the oven not turning off as it should.
Another wall oven repair need arises when the temperature sensor probe stops working. This part detects the actual temperature inside the oven, so its failure can also mean that the oven doesn't heat or cool correctly. If you're experiencing these problems and you see an error code on the wall oven control board, it may indicate a problem with the temperature sensor probe.
In an electric wall oven, the bake and broil elements are the tubes that wrap around the top or bottom of the oven and glow hot when in use. If these crucial wall oven parts become damaged or inoperative, you can't bake or broil. Check them for heat, and replace them if needed.
Sears PartsDirect carries all the replacement parts you need to keep your KitchenAid wall oven baking and broiling beautifully. After troubleshooting your wall oven and determining which parts you need, choose the type of category from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.