The problem you are running into has got to be an incorrect board issue.
That model number you have listed will not pull up and it subs to a different model. If the issue was not the board then the same problem should show up when you put the new board in.
The fact that it is worse leads me to believe that Sears has an issue with part numbers on the break down. That is common on Samsung and LG and now they make products for Kenmore.
There really is not an excuse for this. I just pulled it up on the website again and it subbed the model over. The board may look the same but if it is programmed for a different unit, it won't work on yours.
Robert, Your right. A while ago I looked at the back of my old board & found a built in soldered line sort of burnt up. I ohm'd it out & it was not making connection. I then got my soldering iron out & reconnected the connection ( I used to do this sort of thing in the Air Force & IBM) I just got done pluggin the thing in & it works fine. I just hope the board had sort of a faulty weak line & not some other problem taking it out. Thanks for the
Thanks for the advice & let me know how I can change that prior negative response that I did when I did not know what I was doing.
Sounds Good, If they need to ask me anything live they can get me @ XXX-XXX-XXXX or XXX-XXX-XXXX. I will give Sears hell today.