Sometimes when things break, it would be nice to be able to call emergency services to get it fixed. Now, in a way, you can!
If your Kenmore oven is not working as it should call the It Is Fixed rapid response team to get the fastest, most affordable repair service in the Metro Atlanta area!
With same-day and next-day appointments available seven days a week, we make sure you don’t have to wait for the repairs you need.
Affordable Oven Repair
When a new Kenmore oven can cost up to $1500, repairing a broken oven can save you a lot of money. Fortunately, when you use It Is Fixed, you can also save a lot of money on your repair.
The first way we help you save: You don’t have to miss a day of work just to meet our technician. We work to find a time when you can be home, and call ahead to let you know we’re on the way.
Next, we waive our diagnostic fee (a $39.95 value) when you complete a repair with us.
Finally, we’ll take another $20 off your final bill when you use our coupon or request service using our easy online form.
We don’t just take care of your appliances, we look out for your budget too.
Kenmore Oven Troubleshooting
If you’re having trouble with your Kenmore oven, the following information can help you discover what issues can be resolved with a DIY fix and which issues need the attention of a professional.
Error Codes F10, F3/E3, F3/E2:
These error codes indicate that your Kenmore oven is overheating. Most ovens are designed to reach 450 °F (232 °C). If your oven temperature reaches 600 degrees Fahrenheit or more, it is a cause for concern.
- The temperature sensor may be faulty. Use an oven thermometer to determine if the oven is actually overheating. If it is not, the temperature sensor should be replaced.
- If the temperature sensor is not faulty, it may be possible to clear the issue by power cycling your oven. This means unplugging the oven from the power and allowing it to stay off for at least five minutes. If your oven overheated, it may be a good idea to allow it to stay unplugged until it is cooled completely.
- Check all the vents on the oven for any blockage. If heat is not dissipating from your oven through the vents, it can lead to overheating. If they are blocked or clogged, clean them thoroughly.
- If the issue persists, professional assistance is recommended.
Error Codes F11, F1:
If you find these error codes on your Kenmore oven display, it means there is a short circuit with the keyboard connected to the oven control board. This issue may be relatively easy to fix.
- Unplug the oven and wait for three minutes before you reconnect it to the power source. Sometimes a power surge can affect the functionality of your oven’s keyboard and disconnecting it for a few minutes will correct this.
- If the error codes appear again after you turn on your oven, check the wires connected to the control board. If any cable is disconnected or damaged, it will need to be replaced.
- If the issue continues, it will be necessary to change the control board.
Error Codes F90, F91, F92, F93, F94:
When these error codes occur while the door of your oven is closed, it may mean there is a fault with the oven door mechanism. These error codes usually appear when you leave your oven door open for a long time. There are several ways to fix this fault.
- Activate the self-cleaning function on your oven while holding the oven door light switch. Let the self-cleaning run for five minutes and cancel the cycle. This resets the oven door mechanism and may restore normal functionality.
- Next, disconnect the oven for up to 30 minutes. This resets the oven door system. Then turn it on and test the oven.
- If you are still getting the error it will be necessary to check the wires, connections, oven door mechanism, and oven control panel. We recommend allowing a trained service professional to assist with this repair.
Error Codes F2/E0, F2/E5, F2/E6:
These errors indicate that the oven cannot connect to the keypad or that there is a stuck button.
- Clean the keypad with a slightly damp cloth to remove any residue and use a dry cloth to wipe it. Then try making a selecting on your oven keypad and see if any of the keys get stuck.
- Check all the wires connected to your keypad and ensure they are not loose or damaged. Be sure to unplug the oven from the power first.
- If the error code reappears, disconnect the oven from the power and wait for at least three minutes before reconnecting the power. This resets the keypad.
- Additional troubleshooting requires testing the keypad and control panel for functionality. These parts may need to be replaced.