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Kitchenaid Wall Oven Model #KEBC208KSSO


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#1 bogreen

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Posted 05 March 2015 - 09:34 PM

Hi,

This is a double oven (Electric).

 

The lower works fine.

 

The upper oven sets up OK, but neither heating element energize.

 

The unit obviously has 220V to it for the lower oven to be working.

 

Anybody familiar with this one??

 

Thanks,

Bruce



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Posted 05 March 2015 - 09:52 PM

if you check your tech sheet you will see a thermal shutdown fuse in series with the upper oven elements.

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Posted 06 March 2015 - 01:25 AM

How do I get to the tech sheet and what kind of a job is this?



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Posted 06 March 2015 - 04:33 AM

the tech sheet is in the dl section.... here is the pertinent part... see the fuse on the schematic and how it is connected in series to both elements in the upper oven? Good possibility it is your problem.

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Posted 06 March 2015 - 04:37 AM

What type of job is it? ... well the tech sheet comes to the rescue, once again.... it says the fuse is on the inner rear panel, so you have to dismount the oven from the wall. Despite the apparent physical location depicted in the diagram, it is, in fact, located on the outside back wall as stated in the markup. You have to remove the back panel and you will see it.


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Posted 06 March 2015 - 10:51 AM

The thermal cutouts can be checked at the control section.  For the upper oven TCO check continuity from P18-2 (orange) to the red wire at the terminal block.  Should show closed.  And as Brother Durham advised, the unit will have to be pulled to replace the TCO, so charge accordingly.



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Posted 06 March 2015 - 02:11 PM

One step at a time brother Pduff, one step at a time.


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Posted 06 March 2015 - 11:48 PM

Did this thermal fuse fail during self-clean or did it just up and die?????..............If I remember correctly,  when you pull this oven, you can remove the top.............Look down the left rear corner,  in between the rear panel and the  inner rear panel...........You will see the thermal fuse.........can be removed with one hand ....Use a stubby screw driver.................When the thermal  fuse is replaced, run the diagnostic test and make sure the 'Blower Motor' is operating.....



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Posted 07 March 2015 - 05:06 AM

I haven't tried that method. Another part of the tech sheet says it is acessed from the rear so I never tried the stubby screwdriver method. That would really come in handy if I already have the top off or I can't get to the rear of the oven but the oven still has to be dismounted, correct?

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Posted 07 March 2015 - 12:07 PM

Yup, I had to pull the oven out, just as it sez......I used the tech sheet for repair and part number....I just looked at K/A-Job Aid KR-30 and the thermal fuse I replaced was , page 4-11,  was in the upper right corner ( in this view )......in the same picture provided, it is in the center of the inner wall.........I hope I am not incorrect on this model.. :woot: ......bogreen will set me straight............



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Posted 25 March 2015 - 11:32 PM

Thank you everyone for the help.

 

The part was about in the midddle, a foot down from the top. I had to take the back cover off. No big deal.

 

The customer had two nice 6 X 6 pieces of wood, that stood on top of each other, lying down,  carefully balanced the oven for slide out most of the way. Enough

so I could get the back off and change the part.

 

Pretty smooth sailing. Potential to be a bear in other circumstances I'm sure.

 

Again thanks,

Bruce in L.A.



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Posted Today, 08:40 PM

Get an oven dolly. Your customers will thank you and so will your spine. 


What is the simplest, dumbest explanation? Because that's the most probable one. 





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