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Oven and broiler will not come on after running self cleaning

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Oven and broiler will not come on after running self cleaning cycle
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Bryan replied 7 years ago.

can you look in these places for the model #? thanks Bryan

LOCATE YOUR RANGE/STOVE/OVEN MODEL NUMBER
First, here are some tips to help with your model number:
  1. Don't enter a dash if it's not required.
  2. Don't enter any blank spaces.
  3. Be sure a zero is not the letter O.
  4. Be sure a lower case L is not a 1.
  5. Kenmore models always have a 3 digit prefix such as 110 or 665, then a period, then more numbers.
Next, look for an aluminum tag--or a silver or white adhesive label. The model number may be printed or stamped onto the tag and it may be written in two different type sizes or styles.

You might find the tag in one of these places:

Cooktop/Range/Stove

Gas:

  • Inside the cooktop--if the top lifts up
  • On the outside, bottom of the unit
  • Inside the top of the vent duct--if it's a "downdraft" unit

Electric:

  • Under one of the surface burners, or inside the cooktop--if the top lifts up
  • On the outside, bottom of the unit
  • Inside the top of the vent duct--if it's a "downdraft" unit

Gas or Electric Oven

  • On oven side of the door jamb (with the door open)
  • On the lower drawer jamb (with the bottom drawer open)
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
GBS307PDB1
Expert:  Bryan replied 7 years ago.

you probably have a bad safety overload, Part(NNN) NNN-NNNN width=these can sometims blow because the oven overheats, which would make sense in your case because you just self cleaned it and thats usually when this happens, its # XXXXX on the diagram below, it is hard to see where this is mounted but usually its behind the control panel or on the back of the oven (ouside back not inside) you may need to pull the oven to get to this, hopefully not, try removing the control panel first and check behind it on the roof of the oven, thanks Bryan,

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