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KGSS907SSS00 Kitchen Aid gas range - oven burner wont stay lit

venusnhosr1

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KGSS907SSS00
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KitchenAid
Age
More than 10 years
i have a kitchen aid KGSS907SSS00 gas range...the bake burner lights but wont stay lit....the igniter sparks, burner lights, igniter sparks for a few more seconds after burner lights, then burner goes out in a few seconds....just before thanksgiving i replaced oven temp sensor and bake igniter and oven work properly...one month later now the oven wont get to temp on bake...gas broiler works fine...please help...scott
 

rickgburton

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Unplug the range and measure the resistance of the bake and broil solenoids on the gas valve. Should be 216 Ω for both coils.
DSI valve.jpg

Restore power and access the DSI/spark module. Locate the J1 connector. Set the oven to bake and check for 8-18 VDC pin 1 to pin 2. Check for 120 VAC pin 4 to pin 6

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venusnhosr1

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ok...i finally found the dsi board....both terminals on the gas valve show 197ohms...the 1 and 2 terminal on the dsi board showed 0 volts dc...4 and 6 terminal showed 5 volts ac....this was tested with oven set to 350 and started....the burner lit for about 3 seconds....does this mean the dsi board is bad?
thanks scott
 

venusnhosr1

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more info...if i unplug range and wait a moment and replug power....testing j4 and j6...touch bake it shows 5volts...i touch start i
hear relay board click...j4 and j6 go to 115v...burner lights for 3 seconds and goes out....a few seconds later j4 and j6 drops to 5v after i hear relay click again....when i try to restart bake all i get on j4 and j6 is 5v...and no clicks from relay....it wont light again until i power down and up again...on the broiler side it behaves the same except the burner stays on longer....hope this helps...scott
 

rickgburton

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On the appliance manager/main control board and oven set to bake, check for 120 VAC across P7-1 (white) and T4-3 (black). Check for 120 VAC across P7-1 and T3-3 (red/white). If you have 120V at T4-3 and not T3-3 replace the appliance manager.
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venusnhosr1

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Looks like 2 grey resistors are half black next to plug but all 3 test at 180ohms
 

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rickgburton

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the connectors should be labeled on the board. There's wire connectors and wire terminals on the board. T4-3 is L1 and is a black wire and it's probably on a terminal. P7-1 is a white Neutral wire. Any white neutral wire will work. This is board supply voltage. When you set the oven to bake, the bake relay closes. Leave the test lead on the N wire and move the other lead to T3-3, red white wire. You should have a continuous 120 VAC. If not, the appliance manager is bad. If the voltage is correct, check the wires between the appliance manager and DSI board. This is pin 6 and pin 4 on the DSI board
 
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