Asked by: Gloria Rasero
asked in category: General Last Updated: 4th April, 2020

Is there a fuse in a Kenmore oven?

Kenmore ovens are manufactured by Whirlpool and distributed by Sears, Kenmore's parent company. Whirlpool and Kenmore ovens have a thermal fuse that is located in the control panel of the appliance, which protects the oven control board from overheating. The thermal fuse cannot be reset and, instead, must be replaced.

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Just so, how do I know if my oven fuse is blown?

Visually inspect the fuse to see if it has blown. The fusible link is visible through a glass window in the top. If the fuse is good, this link will be intact. If the fuse has blown due to an overload, this link will be visibly broken.

Also Know, how do you reset a Kenmore oven? How to Reset a Kenmore Elite Stove Oven

  1. Press the "7" button on the Kenmore Elite keypad.
  2. Continue holding the "7" button for at least six seconds until a single beep sounds.
  3. Press the "Start" button on the keypad once. This will reset the oven back to the factory default settings.

In this regard, does an oven have a fuse?

Most ovens that use fuses will have an indication of the circuits that are affected by a particular fuse. If an oven fuse has blown, then you should inspect the oven element and the associated wiring to determine the cause before replacing the fuse. Do not change the rating of the fuses.

Where is the fuse for oven?

Some older ovens have their own set of fuses located under the range top, in the back of the oven space, or behind the oven.

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