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Kenmore Stove Wont Work (model # 79095652000


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#1 cojar

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Posted 20 November 2014 - 02:11 PM

Hello

Need help getting my stove up and working so that I can cook Thanksgiving dinner for the kids.

 

Problem is as follows:

1Stove top and oven do not work

2) Only 5th element (warmer plate) works 

3) Clock works only when I turn any control knob for a burner . It blinks 12:00. I can set the clock and and select and set oven temps, but oven does not come on.  When the control knob is turned off again, the clock is not lit and goes off again

 

Things I have tried:

1) Checked fuse box for tripped fuses

2)Replaced burned wires at terminal (at insulator block on back).

 

Still doing the same thing.

 

Thanks in advance for any help you can give me to troubleshoot this issue!

 

Sonia



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#2 Chat_in_FL

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Posted Yesterday, 07:23 AM

Symptoms of a 240VAC range only getting 120VAC. Check your terminal block connections where the cord attaches to the range (again), the plug and the outlet. Use voltage meter to determine where you are loosing power.


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#3 MAPS Appliance Repair

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Posted Yesterday, 08:29 AM

I have seen this in the past,

I  just replaced terminal block and cord.If the wire is burnt at the terminal block, no Question replace both.

Paul



#4 Maytag1

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Posted Today, 10:44 PM

Sounds like bad power supply to range.




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