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KGSS907SSS 00 Not sensing flame , shorted somewhere.

Gas rang flame sensing

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#1 Kokanee Ranger

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Posted 29 June 2013 - 09:33 AM

Changing DSI did not change any thing. W10331686

I have continuity but hight resistance L1 and N to the body of the unit.

Was advised to change the harness . But I suspect the appliance manager.

 



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Posted 29 June 2013 - 02:22 PM

What are the symptoms you are having with the range?


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Posted 29 June 2013 - 06:19 PM

In preheat the flame will go out at least once . With a Pop , click,click,click.

When up to temp. will reignite about once every minuet .

Originally found 0.0 Vac Green to Tan and 53 Vac green to White on DSI . Advised to change DSI

Replacement DSI now shows 53Vac at Green to Tan and 53 Vac green to White on DSI

Now origenal DSI shows 53Vac at Green to Tan and 53 Vac green to White . !?

 

Tested from the plug , L1 to unit body continuity , unplugged the harness No continuity .

Short in the harness or the Appliance manager.



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Posted 29 June 2013 - 09:53 PM

... Originally found 0.0 Vac Green to Tan and 53 Vac green to White on DSI .

... Replacement DSI now shows 53Vac at Green to Tan and 53 Vac green to White on DSI

... Now origenal DSI shows 53Vac at Green to Tan and 53 Vac green to White .

those are High Voltage Spark outputs .. can't be measured

 

For BAKE, measure DSI input for 120v AC from Black to R/W

For Broil, measure DSI input for 120v AC from Black to BU/W

There may be a problem with the Bake Burner / clogged


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Posted 30 June 2013 - 04:09 AM

The bake tube has been redesigned on these units to optimize the position of the ignition ports near the ignitor. http://fixitnow.com/...that-wont-bake/






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