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  1. Replaced both igniters, then replaced both burner tubes. Burner tubes performed to manufacturer guidelines right out of the box, - right size flame and all blue. Six operating hours later left side sputter sound, flame is in the burner tube. Noisy partial burn Flame originating at nozzle where Tube is inserted. Thank you.
  2. I just replaced my oven with a used Kenmore 790.92703011, and in my haste to move it into the house, I sheared the shaft off of the large front element switch. I disassembled the front panel and attempted to locate a replacement to order. I was directed to part AP5325508, which can be found here amongst other places. The issue I have is that this part does not quite match the part I have. Here is a picture of the replacement part: And here is the part I currently have with the differences: The circled portion shows where the wiring is doubled up on a single post with a connector between the two wires. This picture shows 2 unpopulated posts that are populated on the replacement. I am fairly sure the replacement part will work, but I figured I would run it by you guys before I pulled the trigger.
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    Oven Wiring Diagram 58300000029860 Cooktop Wiring Diagram 58300000111009 For for PDR484GGZS/01, PDR484GGZS01, PDR484GGZS/02, PDR484GGZS02, PDR484GGZS/03, PDR484GGZS03, PDR484GGZS/04, PDR484GGZS04, PDR484GGZS/05, PDR484GGZS05, PDR484GGZS/06, PDR484GGZS06, PDR484GGZS/07, PDR484GGZS07
  4. I have a Kenmore 790.71513400 gas range that the oven will not light. When this started I assumed it was the igniter again, I had replaced it approximately three years ago. You could hear the relay snap after setting the oven temperature on the panel, but the igniter would not glow. I replaced the igniter, but it still does not glow/light. Again, you hear the relay snap, but that is it. I took apart the igniter wiring to check for bad connections or corrosion, and the smaller spade terminal on the gas safety valve didn't look too good. All of that is cleaned up now. I have not checked for voltage, would that be my net step?
  5. Need service manual and tech sheet for this model, cant pull up the model on any parts site though, anything will help its an italian brand
  6. NEED THE SERVICE MANUAL FOR THIS MODEL NUMBER
  7. So... I've been a member for probably fifteen years, but haven't been online recently, now I find there are posts I posted that I can't access anymore! I guess tempus fugits. I have an ancient Wolf Challenger KCHSSR "snorkler" range that is a family heirloom... it's the only thing my son wants when I go to the great appliance repair shop in the clouds. I bypassed the flame switch years ago (gasps of horror!) but the solenoid finally bit the big one. And OEM parts for the beast are INSANELY expensive (especially for a stove we got for free). I'd like to retrofit with a safer (?) igniter/safety valve system. But it looks like most of the safety valves on amazon are for 3 volt systems. Can anyone recommend a good 110 volt safety valve that would be suitable for the retrofit? Has anyone done such a retrofit? Any reason why I shouldn't do it?
  8. GE Induction Ranges and Cooktops Multiple Elements Not Heating Service Bulletin View File Models: 30” Cooktop Models CHP9530SJ1SS PHP9030DJ1BB CHP9530SJ2SS PHP9030DJ2BB ZHU30RDJ1BB PHP9030SJ1SS ZHU30RDJ2BB PHP9030SJ2SS ZHU30RSJ1SS ZHU30RSJ2SS 36” Cooktop Models CHP9536SJ1SS CHP9536SJ2SS ZHU36RDJ1BB ZHU36RDJ2BB ZHU36RSJ1SS ZHU36RSJ2SS PHP9036DJ1BB PHP9036DJ2BB PHP9036SJ1SS PHP9036SJ2SS Free Standing PHB920SF1SS PHB920SF2SS Slide-in Models PHS920SF1SS PHS920SF2SS Free Standing PCHB920SJ1SS PCHB920SJ2SS PHB920SJ1SS PHB920SJ2SS PHB920EJ1ES PUB RA02-16 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 08/31/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  9. File Name: GE JGS650SEF1 Range Minimanual File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 17 Oct 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper PUB 31-17074_99BE Click here to download this file
  10. What do you do when an appliance, despite all appearances of normality, simply refuses to do its job? The Samurai and I were forced to answer this very question today. The culprit: A KitchenAid KGRS505XWH05 double oven all gas range. The complaint: The customer told us that neither the top nor the bottom ovens would ignite, but the cooktop worked fine. The customer's description turned out to be about right (for once). The upper oven broil and lower oven bake ignitors would glow for 10-20 seconds, and then the control board would shut them off -- you could hear the relay clicking each time it did this. No gas, no flame, no nothing. In addition, the upper bake ignitor wouldn't glow at all. We go ahead and pull out the range to test the gas valves and the ignitors. Gas valves tested good (electrically, at least). But the upper bake ignitor is reading megaohms of resistance. Way out of spec, so that explains why it wasn't glowing at all. The other two ignitors, however, are reading about 3.3 amps of current during run. That's borderline, but they should still be capable of igniting the burner. And it doesn't explain why the board is shutting them off after they've started glowing. Just replace the bad ignitor and slap in a new board, right? That'll fix all the problems! Not so fast. While lesser techs might have gone full PCM, we instead cracked out the tech sheet to see how to speak this board's language. This model actually has a pretty nice service mode. You can manually activate each load, check for error codes, do a control reset, all kinds of stuff. We found that when we manually activated the functional ignitors, they would glow, and the board wouldn't shut them off by itself. Progress! We just confirmed that the board is, for some reason, making a decision to shut off these ignitors during normal operation. But they're perfectly capable of staying on if you manually activate them. So what now? Maybe the error codes can give us some more info. We retrieve the error codes and, lo and behold, there is one: F1 E0. That's a MICOM communications error, and you know what the tech sheet says to do about it? "Replace the control." Okay, so now you replace the board, right? The tech sheet is telling you to! We weren't satisfied with that answer. Surely, there's more to be found here? We decided to take advantage of the tools provided by the machine's service mode and do a control reset. Then, we cleared that F1 E0 error code and cycled power to the range. The question to be answered here was this: was that error just a one-time deal, or will the control generate it again? After power was restored, we retrieved the errors again: no codes. We've proven that the error wasn't a recurring one! One last time, we test those upper broil and lower bake ignitors. They glow. We hold our breath. Nothing. And then, those beautiful blue flames. What happened here? Well, we don't really know what caused that F1 E0 code in the first place. It's possible that a power surge scrambled the control's brains a little. Whatever the case, just the presence of that communications error code prevented the board from wanting to run the ignitors. Why it would be programmed that way escapes me. But then again, the addled minds of Whirlpool's engineers are mysterious, aren't they? The control reset might have helped as well, so I recommend you do that in addition to clearing the error code if you encounter this problem yourself. The lesson here is this: always be thorough and logical in your troubleshooting. Figure out how the board thinks and how to talk to it -- replacing it should always be a last resort. Troubleshooting is NOT a mysterious "art" as some people like to say; it is a science, a logical thought process that applies the understanding of circuits and technology, including computer technology, to systematically solving problems. We teach you this in the Core Appliance Repair Training course at the Master Samurai Tech Academy. We also have a course specifically on the technology in cooking appliances and how to troubleshoot them, the Oven and Range repair course. Online, on-demand, self-paced, and with personal help and instruction from Team Samurai throughout the course to ensure that you snatch the pebble.
  11. Kenmore Frigidaire 970.506223 Range Tech Sheet View File PUB 316905053 Submitter igloo Submitted 01/26/2020 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  12. Kenmore Frigidaire 970.506223 Range Parts Catalog View File Kenmore Frigidaire Range 970506223 parts catalog PUB 5995614335 Submitter igloo Submitted 01/26/2020 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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    Schematic PUB 318271918 Tech Sheet PUB 318127020
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    PUB W10432689
  16. File Name: Kitchenaid Self-Cleaning Slide-In Electric Range File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 17 Dec 2013 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Kitchenaid Self-Cleaning Slide-In Electric Range Models KESC300H KESC307H KESH307H JOB AID 4317335 KAC-34 Click here to download this file
  17. LG LWS3010ST Oven Service Manual View File PUB MFL37118313 Submitter Captain Dunsel Submitted 12/08/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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    PUB MFL37118313
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    GE JBS60DF* Range Minimanual

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    PUB 31-17040-1
  20. GE JBS60DF* Range Minimanual View File PUB 31-17040-1 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/31/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  21. File Name: Jenn-Air Slide-in Electric Range JES* File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 14 Mar 2012 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Models: JES8750AAB/W JES8850AAB/Q/S/W JES8850ACB/S/W JES9750AAB/S/W JES9750ACB/W JES9800AAB/Q/S/W JES9800ACB/S/W JES9860AAB/S/W JES9860ACB/S/W 16025927 February 2005 Click here to download this file
  22. Hi Everyone, I recently purchased a Kenmore Gas Range Model Hi Everyone, I recently purchased a Kenmore Gas Range Model 91136769 https://usermanual.wiki/Kenmore/91136665790.978328865/view The broiler igniter will not glow. I am trying to determine if it is the igniter or the electronic control board. I think I know how to test the igniter, and I can get to some of the wiring under the stove. I am trying to avoid pulling the stove out, because it is heavy. Also, I have it way up on the adjustable feet and don't want to risk bending them. I see wiring coming into a junction box and leaving the box underneath the oven (I've attached pics). I'm trying to figure out where to test either the igniter or the board, to see which may be at fault. Hoping someone might offer some guidance. Thanks! Not sure exactly which model, because the label is damaged, but this is the manual https://usermanual.wiki/Kenmore/91136665790.978328865/view The broiler igniter will not glow. I am trying to determine if it is the igniter or the electronic control board. I think I know how to test the igniter, and I can get to some of the wiring under the stove. I am trying to avoid pulling the stove out, because it is heavy. Also, I have it way up on the adjustable feet and don't want to risk bending them. I see wiring coming into a junction box and leaving the box underneath the oven (I've attached pics). I'm trying to figure out where to test either the igniter or the board, to see which may be at fault. Pics below. Hoping someone might offer some guidance.Thanks!
  23. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    [video] No oven heat on a DUAL FUEL range

    Watch as I demonstrate some basic troubleshooting katas applicable to all appliances, regardless of brand or type. Wondering what the fault on L2 was? Here's the big reveal: we actually induced the failure ourselves on our test range in the Samurai Studio (in our secret lair hidden deep in a volcano) so we could show you this basic troubleshooting kata. Our videos are not showing pattern recognition ("if this symptom replace this part"), product training, or parts changing. We are showing the high-dollar troubleshooting skills that apply to ALL appliances, regardless of model or type. If this were an actual service call, here would be the rest of our troubleshooting thought process: After narrowing it down to L2 we would check the circuit breaker (turn it off then back on). If still no go on L2, it would be time to pull out the range and check the following: Spades on the plug: evidence of pitting or charring indicates a problem with the outlet. Both 120 and 240 VAC at the outlet. Terminal block: look for burnt wires. Learn to troubleshoot like a Master at https://mastersamuraitech.com/appliance-repair-courses/
  24. Maytag JGS8750AD JGS8850AD Range Service Manual View File Model: JGS8750ADB/S/W JGS8850ADB/Q/S/W PUB 16022089 Submitter Captain Dunsel Submitted 08/23/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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