kenmore oven stopped working

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Old 02-12-06, 09:15 AM
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Cool kenmore oven stopped working

I have a kenmore range and the oven has stopped working. The top burners are still working fine, but the oven is not heating up. My wife had just finished baking a pizza and she turned the oven off, about 15 minutes later I was going to bake something else so I turn on the oven and there was nothing. The stove has an eletronic ignition. The model # is 362.727511694 Serial# 7H107636P. If anyone could give me a little advice on where to begin tracking down the problem I would appreciate it. Also if you have information on where I might get an exploded view of this appliance It would help me greatly because I am not very familiar with the different internal parts of this range.

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Old 02-12-06, 10:40 AM
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Hello anointedmog. Welcome to my Gas Appliances topic.

Most likely you will not need an exploded view of this appliance or anything else. Simply be sure all selections and or funtions are set to manual. If they are and the ovens hot surface glow ignitor (HSI) does not glow or does not glow very brightly, replace it. Chances are that is all that is needed.

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