Kitchenaid Oven Heating [Problems & Solutions]

Has your Kitchenaid oven heating element stopped working or does your Kitchenaid oven not heat. In this article, we will talk about Kitchenaid oven heating problems and how to fix them.

Kitchenaid Oven Heating Element Not Working — How To Fix

If your Kitchenaid oven heating element is not working, it should be replaced. Below we show you how to replace the heating element in a Kitchenaid range oven and a Kitchenaid double oven. To replace the heating element in a Kitchenaid range oven, do the following…

Step 1: Unplug the oven’s power cord.

Step 2: Turn the oven around to access the rear.

Step 3: Take out the two Philips head screws which hold the oven’s lower back panel in place.

Step 4: Set the panel aside and disconnect the two wires connected to the heating element’s terminals.

Step 5: Go to the front of the oven and open the door.

Step 6: Take out the racks in the oven.

Step 7: Push the locks on the door hinges downwards to release the door.

Step 8: Close the door till it stops.

Step 9: Lift the door of and place it on a towel lined surface with the handle side down.

Step 10: Take out the two screws securing the oven interior’s bottom panel.

Step 11: Lift out the bottom panel and remove the screws which hold the heating element in place. There should be one screw at the back and one at the front.

Step 12: Remove the heating element and get a new one.

Step 13: Position the new element in the oven and secure with the screws.

Step 14: Return the bottom panel and hold it in place with the screws.

Step 15: Slide the oven racks back in.

Step 16: Position the door hinges into the slots on the sides of the oven.

Step 17: Open the door completely and push the hinge locks back.

Step 18: Close the door and go back to the oven’s rear.

Step 19: Connect the wires to the heating element terminals.

Step 20: Reposition the back panel.

Step 21: Hold the panel in place with the screws.

Step 22: Plug the oven back in and return it to its usual position.

The video below will give you a visual of how to replace the heating element in a Kitchenaid range oven.

Follow the steps listed below to replace the heating element in a Kitchenaid double wall oven.

Step 1: Switch off your oven’s circuit breaker to avoid the risk of electrocution.

Step 2: Open the two oven doors.

Step 3: Flip the locks on the hinges of the upper door towards yourself.

Step 4: Close the door till it can’t go any further.

Step 5: Lift the door off and set on a cloth lined surface.

Step 6: Follow the same steps to uninstall the lower oven door.

Step 7: Take out the racks in the upper oven and the lower oven.

Step 8: Take out the two screws which hold the oven’s bottom vent in place.

Step 9: Take out the four screws which secure the oven to the cabinet.

Step 10: Lift the oven out of the cabinet and set on a piece of cardboard with the help of an assistant.

Step 11: Using a quarter inch nut driver, take out the screws which hold the oven’s upper and lower rear panel in place.

Step 12: Set the panels aside.

Step 13: Take out the three screws which hold the access plate covering the heating element. Only follow this step if you are replacing the upper oven heating element.

Step 14: Disconnect the wires from the heating element.

Step 15: Take out the screws which secure the metal flap covering the heating element.

Step 16: Bend the flap up.

Step 17: Using a flat blade screwdriver, bend the metal tab which secures the heating element up.

Step 18: Carefully pull out the heating element and get a new one.

Step 19: Slide the new heating element into the oven.

Step 20: Bend the tab down to hold the heating element in place.

Step 21: Bend the metal flap and secure with the screws.

Step 22: If you removed the heating element access panel, return it and secure with the screws. Connect the wires to the heating element.

Step 23: Reposition the upper and lower panels and hold them in place with the screws.

Step 24: Lift the oven up and push it back into the cabinet.

Step 25: Secure the sides of the oven to the cabinet with the four screws.

Step 26: Return the bottom vent and secure with the two screws.

Step 27: Insert the door hinges back into the slots on the sides of the oven.

Step 28: Open the door completely and push the hinge locks back.

Step 29: Do the same with the other oven.

Step 30: Return the racks to the oven and switch the circuit breaker on.

Watch the video below if you would like a visual of how to replace the heating element in a Kitchenaid double oven.

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Kitchenaid Electric Oven Not Heating — How To Fix

Below, we have listed the possible reasons why your Kitchenaid electric oven won’t heat and what to do about them.

1. Bake Element

A faulty heating element is the most likely reason your Kitchenaid oven won’t heat. Read the section directly above this one in order to replace the heating element in your Kitchenaid double oven or Kitchenaid range oven.

2. Thermal Fuse

If the thermal fuse in your oven burns out, it won’t heat. Below, we show you how to replace the thermal fuse in a Kitchenaid range oven and a Kitchenaid double oven. To replace your Kitchenaid range oven’s thermal fuse, simply follow these steps…

Step 1: Pull the oven away from the wall.

Step 2: Unplug the oven’s power cord from the outlet.

Step 3: Take out the three Philips head screws on the right side of the oven’s rear which hold the bracket in place.

Step 4: Do the same with the left bracket.

Step 5: Lift off the panel.

Step 6: Disconnect the wires from the terminals of the thermal fuse.

Step 7: To test if the oven is good or not, get a multimeter.

Step 8: Using the multimeter, test the fuse for continuity. If there is no continuity, get a new thermal fuse.

Step 9: Take out the screw which holds the thermal fuse to the oven.

Step 10: Position the new thermal fuse on the oven and secure with the screw.

Step 11: Connect the wires to the terminals of the thermal fuse.

Step 12: Return the oven’s back panel.

Step 13: Reposition the side brackets and secure them with the screws.

Step 14: Plug the oven back in.

Step 15: Return the oven to its usual position.

If you would like a visual of how to replace the thermal fuse in a Kitchenaid range oven, watch the video below.

Below, we have listed the steps you need to follow in order to replace the thermal fuse in a Frigidaire double wall oven…

Step 1: Locate your oven’s circuit breaker and switch it off.

Step 2: Open the oven doors.

Step 3: Using a Philips head screwdriver, take out the four screws on the sides of the oven which hold it to the cabinet.

Step 4: Pull the oven out to about four inches.

Step 5: Take out the screws which hold the brackets to the upper sides of the oven. There is one screw on each side of the control panel.

Step 6: Take out the screws on the sides of the control panel which secure it to the oven. There are two screws on each side.

Step 7: Lift up the control panel and carefully lower it down.

Step 8: Disconnect the wire plug connected to the control panel.

Step 9: Also disconnect the green grounding wire as well.

Step 10: Set the panel aside.

Step 11: Using a pair of needle nose pliers, disconnect the wires connected to the thermal fuse.

Step 12: Carefully lift off the thermal fuse from the bracket.

Step 13: Get a new thermal fuse and position it on the bracket.

Step 14: Connect the wires to the thermal fuse.

Step 15: Connect the wire plug and grounding wire to the control panel.

Step 16: Secure the control panel to the oven with the four screws.

Step 17: Return the side brackets and the screws which secure them.

Step 18: Push the oven back in and secure with the four screws.

Step 19: Close the doors.

Step 20: Switch the circuit breaker back on

Also follow the steps above to replace your thermal fuse if your Kitchenaid oven won’t heat or turn on after self cleaning.

Watch the video below for a visual of how to replace the thermal fuse in a Kitchenaid double wall oven.

3. Control Board

If you have tested the two components above and they weren’t faulty, the control board most likely is. We will show you how to replace the control board in a Kitchenaid range oven and a Kitchenaid double wall oven. To replace the control board in a Kitchenaid double wall oven, follow these steps…

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Step 1: Locate the circuit breaker for your oven and switch it off.

Step 2: Open the door of one of the ovens.

Step 3: Push the lock on each door hinge down to release the door.

Step 4: Close the door till it can’t go any further.

Step 5: Lift the door off and set it aside.

Step 6: Do the same with the door of the other oven.

Step 7: Slide out the oven racks and set them aside.

Step 8: Take out the two screws which secure the oven’s bottom vent using a Philips head screwdriver.

Step 9: Using the same screwdriver, take out the other four screws on the sides of the oven which hold it to the cabinet.

Step 10: With the help of an assistant, pull out the oven and set on a large piece of cardboard to prevent it from damaging the floor.

Step 11: Take out the eight screws which hold the oven’s upper panel in place using a Philips head screwdriver. You could also use a quarter inch nut driver.

Step 12: Lift the upper panel and set it aside.

Step 13: Note where each wire goes on the control board you want to replace or take a picture. If you are staying at the front of the oven, the control board on the right is for the upper oven and the board on the left is for the lower one.

Step 14: Disconnect the wires connected to the control board.

Step 15: Take out the screws which hold the control board to the oven. There should be two screws.

Step 16: Get a new control board and position it on the oven.

Step 17: Hold the board with the two screws.

Step 18: Connect the wires to the right places on the board using the picture you took for reference.

Step 19: Reposition the upper panel and secure with the eight screws.

Step 20: Lift the oven and push it back into the cabinet.

Step 21: Secure the oven to the cabinet with the four screws.

Step 22: Return the bottom vent and the two Philips head screws which secure them.

Step 23: Lift the lower oven door and position the hinges in the slots on the sides of the oven.

Step 24: Open the door fully and push the hinge locks back.

Step 25: Do the same to reinstall the upper oven door.

Step 26: Slide the racks back in.

Step 27: Shut the oven doors.

Step 28: Switch your oven’s circuit breaker back on.

Watch the video below if you would like a visual of how to replace the control board in a Kitchenaid oven.

Follow the steps listed below to replace the control board in a Kitchenaid range oven…

Step 1: Pull the oven away from the wall and unplug the power cord.

Step 2: Open the door of the oven.

Step 3: Using a Philips head screwdriver, take out the screws under the oven’s front panel which secure the metal cover. There should be about two screws.

Step 4: Remove the metal cover underneath the front panel.

Step 5: Take out the two screws which hold the front panel to the oven. There should be one screw on each side under the panel.

Step 6: Spread a towel on the stove top.

Step 7: Lift the control panel off carefully and set it on the towel.

Step 8: Note where each wire plug goes to on the control panel. You could also take a picture.

Step 9: Disconnect the wires from the control panel.

Step 10: Set the control panel aside.

Step 11: Take out the screws at the front of the oven which hold the stove top in place.

Step 12: Take out the other screws underneath the stove top’s rear which secure it as well.

Step 13: Lift off the stove top and set it on a cloth lined surface.

Step 14: Take out the two screws which hold the center front bracket of the oven in place.

Step 15: Remove the screws which secure the stove top elements’ support panel to the oven.

Step 16: Move the panel back a bit to access the control board.

Step 17: Take out the screws which hold the mounting plate of the control board in place.

Step 18: Take a picture of the control board to remember where each wire goes.

Step 19: Disconnect the wires from the control board.

Step 20: Remove the control board and get a new one.

Step 21: Transfer the metal mounting plate from the old control board to the new one.

Step 22: Also transfer the ribbon cable to the new control board as well.

Step 23: Using the picture you took for reference, connect the wires to the right places on the control board.

Step 24: Insert the tabs on the control board mounting plate into the slots.

Step 25: Hold the board in place with the screws.

Step 26: Align the stove top elements’ support panel.

Step 27: Return the four screws which hold the support panel in place.

Step 28: Return the center front bracket and the two screws which secure it.

Step 29: Reposition the stove top and hold it in place at the rear and front with the screws.

Step 30: Connect the wire plugs back to the right places on the control panel. Use the picture you took for reference.

Step 31: Reposition the control panel and hold it in place with the screws.

Step 32: Return the metal panel under the control panel and secure it with the screws.

Step 33: Close the door of the oven.

Step 34: Plug the oven back in.

If you would like a visual of how to replace the control board in a Kitchenaid oven, watch the video below.

Kitchenaid Gas Oven Not Heating — How To Fix

Below, we have listed the possible reasons why your Kitchenaid gas oven won’t heat…

1. Igniter

A faulty igniter is the most likely reason your Kitchenaid gas oven won’t heat. Follow the steps below to replace this component…

Step 1: Pull the oven away from the wall and unplug the power cord.

Step 2: Shut off the gas supply as well.

Step 3: Take out the screws which hold the lower back panel of the oven in place using a Philips head screwdriver.

Step 4: Set the panel aside.

Step 5: Take out the three screws which hold the two metal covers on the lower right of the oven.

Step 6: Disconnect the red igniter wire plug.

Step 7: Prop the front of the oven with a thick piece of wood.

Step 8: Take out the two screws under the oven which hold the metal bracket in place.

Step 9: Open the oven door and remove the screws on the sides which hold the bracket as well. You will see one screw on each side.

Step 10: Flip the lock on each door hinge down to release the door.

Step 11: Close the door a bit.

Step 12: Tape the brackets to the door.

Step 13: Lift the door off and set on a cloth lined surface.

Step 14: Take out the oven racks.

Step 15: Lift the bottom panel out of the oven.

Step 16: Remove the nut which holds the burner shield in place.

Step 17: Take out the screw on the left of the oven’s bottom which hold a metal cover in place.

Step 18: Take out the screw which secures the burner tube.

Step 19: Remove the burner tube from the oven.

Step 20: Take out the screws which hold the igniter to the burner tube using a 5/16th inch nut driver. Test the igniter with a multimeter. If there is no continuity, replace it.

Step 21: Get a new igniter and screw it to the burner tube.

Step 22: Take the burner tube to the oven and pass the igniter wire through the opening.

Step 23: Secure the burner tube to the oven with the screw.

Step 24: Return the metal cover and the screw which secures it.

Step 25: Reposition the burner shield.

Step 26: Secure the shield with the nut.

Step 27: Reposition the oven’s bottom panel.

Step 28: Return the oven racks.

Step 29: Insert the door hinges back into the slots on the sides of the oven.

Step 30: Open the door completely and push the hinge locks back.

Step 31: Return the two screws on the sides of the oven which secure the bracket.

Step 32: Return the screws under the oven as well.

Step 33: Remove the prop and go back to the oven’s rear.

Step 34: Connect the wire plug to the igniter wire.

Step 35: Return the covers and the three screws which secure them.

Step 36: Reposition the oven’s back panel and hold it in place with the screws.

Step 37: Plug the oven back in.

Step 38: Turn on the oven’s gas supply.

The video below will show you how to replace the igniter in a Kitchenaid oven.

2. Bake Spark Electrode

A spark electrode is used in some Kitchenaid ovens. If your oven doesn’t have an igniter, the bake spark electrode is the first component you should check if your oven doesn’t heat. Below, we show you how to replace a Kitchenaid oven bake spark electrode…

Step 1: Pull the oven away from the wall and shut off the gas supply.

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Step 2: Unplug the power cord as well to avoid the risk of electrocution.

Step 3: Open the door of the oven.

Step 4: Push the lock on each door hinge down.

Step 5: Close the door till it stops.

Step 6: Grip the sides of the door and lift it off.

Step 7: Take out the oven racks.

Step 8: Using a Philips head screwdriver, take out the two screws which secure the oven interior’s bottom panel.

Step 9: Lift the panel out of the oven.

Step 10: Take out the two screws which hold the burner tube in place. There is one screw at the front and one at the back.

Step 11: Disconnect the wire connected to the spark electrode and remove the burner tube from the oven.

Step 12: Using a 5/16th inch nut driver, take out the two screws which hold the electrode to the burner tube.

Step 13: Get a new spark electrode.

Step 14: Screw the new bake spark electrode to the burner tube.

Step 15: Take the burner tube back to the oven.

Step 16: Connect the wire to the new spark electrode.

Step 17: Secure the burner tube to the oven with the two screws.

Step 18: Reposition the oven’s bottom panel and the screws which secure.

Step 19: Return the racks to the oven.

Step 20: Lift the door and insert the hinges back into the slots.

Step 21: Open the door fully and push the hinge locks back.

Step 22: Shut the door.

Step 23: Turn the gas supply back on.

Step 24: Plug the oven back in.

If you would like a visual of how to replace the spark electrode in a Kitchenaid oven, watch the video below.

3. Safety Valve

If you have checked the igniter and spark module and they weren’t faulty, the safety valve may be. Below, we have listed the steps you need to follow in order to replace the safety valve in a Kitchenaid oven…

Step 1: Unplug the oven’s power cord.

Step 2: Shut off the gas supply.

Step 3: Open the oven door.

Step 4: Take out the racks.

Step 5: Take out the two screws which hold the oven’s bottom panel in place.

Step 6: Lift the panel out of the oven.

Step 7: Take out the screw or screws which hold the flame spreader in place.

Step 8: Remove the flame spreader.

Step 9: Take out the screw or screws which hold the burner tube in place.

Step 10: Take out the screws at the rear of the oven which hold the lower panel in place.

Step 11: Disconnect the wires connected to the safety valve.

Step 12: Using a 9/16th inch wrench, take out the nut which holds the gas tube to the valve.

Step 13: Take out the screws which hold the valve in place.

Step 14: Remove the valve and get a multimeter.

Step 15: Turn the multimeter to the ohms setting and touch the probes to the terminals of the safety valve. If there is no continuity, the safety valve should be replaced.

Step 16: Get a new safety valve and position it on the oven.

Step 17: Secure the valve to the oven with the screws.

Step 18: Reconnect the gas tube to the valve and secure with the nut after applying a sealant to the threads of the nut.

Step 19: Connect the wires to the terminals of the safety valve.

Step 20: Reposition the oven’s rear panel and secure it with the screws.

Step 21: Go to the oven interior and reposition the burner tube.

Step 22: Secure the tube to the oven with the screws.

Step 23: Return the flame spreader and the screw or screws which secure it.

Step 24: Reposition the bottom panel and secure with the screws.

Step 25: Slide the racks back into the oven.

Step 26: Close the door of the oven.

Step 27: Plug the oven back in.

Step 28: Turn on the gas supply.

Watch the video below for a visual of how to replace the safety valve in a Kitchenaid oven.

4. Control Board

If you have tested all the above components and your Kitchenaid oven still won’t heat, the control board is probably faulty. Read the “Kitchenaid Electric Oven Not Heating” section to replace the control board in a Kitchenaid double wall oven or a Kitchenaid range oven.

Kitchenaid Oven Won’t Heat Past 260 — How To Fix

If your Kitchenaid oven won’t heat past a low temperature, the temperature sensor is faulty. Below, we show you how to replace the sensor in a Kitchenaid double wall oven and a Kitchenaid range oven. To replace the temperature sensor in a Kitchenaid range oven, do the following…

Step 1: Pull the oven away from the wall and unplug the power cord.

Step 2: If your oven is a gas one, shut off the gas supply as well.

Step 3: Take out the screws at the right and left side of the oven’s rear which hold the brackets in place. There should be three screws on each side.

Step 4: Lift the oven’s back panel off and set it aside.

Step 5: Disconnect the wire plug from the temperature sensor on the right side of the oven.

Step 6: Take out the screw which holds the temperature sensor to the oven.

Step 7: Remove the sensor and get a replacement.

Step 8: Screw the new sensor to the oven.

Step 9: Connect the wire plug to the sensor.

Step 10: Reposition the rear panel.

Step 11: Return the brackets and the screws which secure them.

Step 12: Plug the oven back in.

Step 13: If you shut off the gas supply, turn it back on.

The video below will show you how to replace the sensor in a Kitchenaid range oven.

Follow the steps below to replace the sensor in a Kitchenaid double wall oven…

Step 1: Switch off the oven’s circuit breaker.

Step 2: Open the two oven doors.

Step 3: Flip the locks on the upper oven door down.

Step 4: Close the door till it stops.

Step 5: Grip the sides of the oven door and lift it off.

Step 6: Set the door on a cloth lined surface.

Step 7: Do the same with the lower oven.

Step 8: Take out the oven racks.

Step 9: Look inside the faulty oven on the upper back wall, you will see the sensor. Using a Philips head screwdriver, take out the two screws on the upper back wall of the oven which hold the broil element.

Step 10: Take out the other screws at the top of the oven wall which hold the broil element.

Step 11: Lower the broil element.

Step 12: Take out the screws which secure the temperature sensor and carefully pull it out.

Step 13: Disconnect the wire plug from the sensor and get a new one.

Step 14: Connect the wire plug to the new sensor and push it in.

Step 15: Secure the sensor with the screws.

Step 16: Reposition the broil element and return the screws at the top and back walls which secure it.

Step 17: Return the racks to the oven.

Step 18: Lift the oven door and insert the hinges back into the slots.

Step 19: Open the oven door completely and push the hinge locks back.

Step 20: Shut the oven door.

Step 21: Switch the circuit breaker back on.

If you would like a visual of how to replace the sensor in a Kitchenaid double wall oven, watch the video below.

Kitchenaid Oven Not Heating Evenly — How To Fix

If your Kitchenaid oven is not heating evenly, the temperature sensor may be faulty. Read the section above this one to replace the sensor. If that doesn’t fix the problem, follow the steps below to replace the convection fan motor in a Kitchenaid double wall oven…

Step 1: Switch the oven’s circuit breaker off.

Step 2: Open the door of the upper oven and push the two door hinge locks down.

Step 3: Close the door till it stops.

Step 4: Lift the door off and set it on a cloth lined surface.

Step 5: Do the same with the bottom oven door.

Step 6: Using a Philips head screwdriver, take out the two screws which hold the oven’s bottom vent in place.

Step 7: Using the same screwdriver, take out the four screws which hold the oven to the cabinet. There are two screws on each side.

Step 8: Take out the racks in the oven.

Step 9: Pull the oven out of the cabinet with the help of an assistant.

Step 10: Set the oven on a large piece of cardboard.

Step 11: Take out the screws which hold the oven’s back panels in place.

Step 12: Set the panels aside.

Step 13: Go to the interior of the faulty oven and take out the two screws which hold the fan cover in place using the Philips head screwdriver.

Step 14: Set the cover aside and take out the nut which secures the fan blade using a 1/2 inch nut driver.

Step 15: Remove the fan blade.

Step 16: To prevent the fan motor from falling, hold it with a piece of wire.

Step 17: Take out the three screws on the back wall of the oven’s interior which secure the fan motor.

Step 18: Untie the wire and disconnect the other wires connected to the motor.

Step 19: Get a new fan motor.

Step 20: Transfer the round shield from the old motor to the new one.

Step 21: Connect the wires to the fan motor.

Step 22: Place the insulation on the motor and hold the motor in place with a piece of wire.

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Step 23: Go to the oven interior and return the three screws which secure the fan motor.

Step 24: Reposition the fan blade and hold it in place with the nut.

Step 25: Return the fan cover and the screws which hold it in place.

Step 26: Reposition the oven’s back panels and secure them with the screws.

Step 27: Lift the oven up and push it into the cabinet.

Step 28: Secure the sides of the oven to the cabinet.

Step 29: Return the bottom vent and the screws which secure it.

Step 30: Slide the racks back into the oven.

Step 31: Lift the lower oven door and insert the hinges into the slots on the sides of the oven.

Step 32: Open the door completely and push the hinge locks back.

Step 33: Do the same with the upper oven.

Step 34: Shut the oven doors and switch the circuit breaker back on.

Watch the video below for a visual of how to replace the the fan motor in a Kitchenaid double wall oven.

Kitchenaid Oven Still Hot After Turning Off — How To Fix

If your Kitchenaid oven is hot after turning off, wait for 30 minutes. If the oven hasn’t cooled down, the cooling fan is faulty and should be replaced. We will show you how to replace the cooling fan in a Kitchenaid range oven and a Kitchenaid double wall oven. To replace the cooling fan in a Kitchenaid range oven, follow these steps…

Step 1: Pull the oven away from the wall and unplug the power cord from the outlet.

Step 2: Open the oven door.

Step 3: Using a Philips head screwdriver, take out the screws which hold the metal cover underneath the oven’s control panel.

Step 4: Take out the screws which hold the control panel in place.

Step 5: Lift the panel up and lower it down.

Step 6: Take out the screws on the front brackets which hold the stove top in place.

Step 7: Take out the other screws underneath the stove top’s rear as well.

Step 8: Lift off the stove top and set it aside.

Step 9: Take out the four screws which hold the stove elements’ panel to the oven.

Step 10: Push the panel back a bit.

Step 11: Take out the screws which hold the cooling fan to the oven. The cooling fan is on the left.

Step 12: Disconnect the wire plugs connected to the cooling fan.

Step 13: Get a new cooling fan.

Step 14: Remove the seal from the old cooling fan and place it on the new one.

Step 15: Connect the wires to the cooling fan.

Step 16: Position the cooling fan in the oven and secure it with the screws.

Step 17: Align the stove elements’ panel and secure with the four screws.

Step 18: Reposition the stove top.

Step 19: Return the screws at the front and back of the stove top which secure it.

Step 20: Reposition the oven’s control panel and hold it in place with the screws.

Step 21: Return the panel cover.

Step 22: Hold the cover in place with the screws.

Step 23: Close the oven door.

Step 24: Plug the oven’s power cord back into the outlet.

Watch the video below if you would like a visual of how to replace the cooling fan in a Frigidaire oven.

Below are the steps you need to follow in order to replace the cooling fan in a Kitchenaid double wall oven…

Step 1: Switch off the oven’s circuit breaker.

Step 2: Open the lower oven door and flip the locks on the hinges down.

Step 3: Close the door a bit and lift it off.

Step 4: Follow the same steps to remove the upper oven door. Take out the racks as well.

Step 5: Take out the two Philips head screws which secure the oven’s bottom vent.

Step 6: Take out the other four screws which hold the sides of the oven to the cabinet.

Step 7: Lift the oven out of the cabinet and place on a piece of cardboard.

Step 8: Take out the screws which hold the oven’s upper and lower rear panels in place.

Step 9: Set the panels aside.

Step 10: If you want to replace the cooling fan of the upper oven, take out the screws which hold the baffle in place. If you are replacing the cooling fan of the lower oven, take out the screws which hold the access plate directly above it. You will need to disconnect the oven bake elements wires to fully remove the access plate.

Step 11: Disconnect the wire plugs from the cooling fan.

Step 12: Take out the screws which hold the cooling fan in place.

Step 13: Get a new cooling fan.

Step 14: If there are black bumpers on the old cooling fan, remove them and place on the new one.

Step 15: Secure the cooling fan to the oven with the screws.

Step 16: Connect the wire plug to the fan.

Step 17: If you remove the access plate, return it and secure with the screws. Don’t forget to connect the wires back to the bake element. Return the baffle and the screws which secure them if you took them out.

Step 18: Reposition the oven’s rear panels and hold them in place with the screws.

Step 19: Push the oven back into the cabinet and secure the sides to the cabinet.

Step 20: Return the bottom vent and the two screws which secure it.

Step 21: Lift the oven door and insert the hinges back into the slots on the sides of the oven.

Step 22: Fully open the door and push the locks back.

Step 23: Do the same with the upper oven.

Step 24: Return the racks.

Step 25: Shut the doors.

Step 26: Switch the circuit breaker back on.

The video below will show you how to replace the cooling fan in a Kitchenaid double wall oven.

Kitchenaid Oven Losing Heat — How To Fix

If your Kitchenaid oven is losing heat, door probably isn’t properly closed. Close the door properly. If the door doesn’t close, the door gasket or door hinges are faulty.

1. Door Gasket

Below, we have listed the steps you need to follow in order to replace the door gasket in a Kitchenaid oven…

Step 1: Unplug the oven’s power cord or switch off the circuit breaker.

Step 2: Open the oven door.

Step 3: Pull out the ends of the gasket from the bottom of the oven door.

Step 4: Pull out the clips on the gasket from the holes in the oven.

Step 5: Get a new door gasket.

Step 6: Insert the clips on the door gasket into the holes in the oven frame.

Step 7: Shut the door.

Step 8: Plug the oven back in or switch on the circuit breaker.

The video below will show you how to replace the door gasket of a Kitchenaid oven.

2. Door Hinges

If replacing the door gasket doesn’t fix the problem, the door hinges should be replaced. We will show you how to replace the door hinges in a Kitchenaid double wall oven and a Kitchenaid range oven. To replace the door hinges in a Kitchenaid double wall oven, do the following…

Step 1: Switch off the circuit breaker.

Step 2: Open the door of the faulty oven.

Step 3: Push the lock on each door hinge down.

Step 4: Close the door till it can’t go any further.

Step 5: Grip the sides of the door and lift it off.

Step 6: Set the door on a cloth lined surface.

Step 7: Take out the Philips head screws which hold the inner door to the outer door. There are four screws.

Step 8: Lift the inner door off the outer one.

Step 9: Lift out the glass in the outer door and set it aside.

Step 10: Take out the screws which secure the door hinges to the outer door. Each door hinge is held by two screws.

Step 11: Remove the door hinges and get new ones.

Step 12: Slide the new door hinges into the door and secure with the screws.

Step 13: Reposition the glass on the outer door.

Step 14: Place the inner door on the outer one and secure them with the four screws.

Step 15: Lift the door and insert the hinges into the slots on the sides of the oven.

Step 16: Open the door and push the hinge locks back.

Step 17: Shut the oven door.

Step 18: Switch the circuit breaker back on.

The video below will show you how to replace the door hinges in a Kitchenaid double wall oven.

To replace the door hinges in a Kitchenaid range oven, follow these steps…

Step 1: Unplug the oven’s power cord.

Step 2: Open the oven door.

Step 3: Using your hand or a flat head screwdriver, push the locks on the door hinges down.

Step 4: Close the door till it stops.

Step 5: Grip the sides of the door and lift it off.

Step 6: Set the door on a towel lined surface.

Step 7: Take out the screws which secure the inner door to the outer door. There are three screws at the bottom and two on the upper corners of the door.

Step 8: Lift the inner door assembly off.

Step 9: Take out the screws at the bottom of the inner door which secure the door hinges. Each door hinge is held in place by two screws.

Step 10: Remove the door hinges and get new ones.

Step 11: Position the new hinges on the door and secure with the screws.

Step 12: Lift the inner door back on the outer one and secure with the five screws.

Step 13: Lift the door and insert the hinges back into the slots on the sides of the oven.

Step 14: Open the door and push the hinge locks back.

Step 15: Shut the door.

Step 16: Plug the oven back in.

The video below will walk you through the process of how to replace the door hinges in a Kitchenaid range oven.

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