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Guest kailykle

Kenmore Gas Oven

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Have a fairly old gas range- Kenmore model 911.6098310.  So old....still has an analog clock. Anyway, when I set the oven to 300 degrees, the cheap little oven clock I bought at Walmart last night displays 550 degrees.  It appears as though, regardless of the temperature setting, the stove heats up to 550 degrees.  I'm thinking some sort of temperature regulator problem....any suggestions for a final diagnosis......replacement parts, installation, and where to purchase? Thanks!

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Sounds like your thermostat has gone ka-poot, let me see if it is available....;)

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Shows it in the breakdown, however ref # 25 shows the thermostat, but the description says wire shield.  Might want to call Sears to see if this is available.  There is an error in their reference page on line, shows this to be made around May of 1983.

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We just bought the house, but it was built in 1984.  It is very possible that 1983 is the correct production date:).  Thanks for the help.....looks like I'll be contacting Sears to see if they have the thermostat available for that model.  Thanks again!

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Sears says part #324757 is not available (oven temperature control) Click on real person below and maybe the good people at Repair Clinic can help you with a universal themostat

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