Need Help Identifying Kenmore Freestanding Electric Range Model

kenmoreowner

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Does anyone know this Kenmore model? I have one and need to replace a door and the model information is no longer on the stove in all the required placements for model information. It is a Kenmore Freestanding Electric Range, Black and Stainless, Smooth Glass Surface Top. The picture is below.

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It would be impossible to tell you the model number just by looking at it, did you pull the bottom storage drawer open and check on the right or left side of each leg?

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Yes, but there is no model info located in the storage drawer area on either side

Hi Jake: Yes, but there is no model info located in the storage drawer area on either side. I am hoping that someone has a similar model at home or a repair person may be familiar with this model or may see it on one of their repair jobs or a used appliance store has one on hand to identify the model. The repair professional told me that it is a popular, older model and once I find the model I can order the part, then get the appliance repair professional to fix it in time for Thanksgiving cooking.

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Yes, what part is needed?

What I don't understand is why this picture is taken with other appliances, looks like a used appliance store. Why don't you take the picture of your range in your house?


The repair professional told me that it is a popular, older model and once I find the model I can order the part, then get the appliance repair professional to fix it in time for Thanksgiving cooking.
That seems a bit odd too, Jeff and I are both techs and we would never tell someone do that, would you Jeff?

If the tech. knows what part is bad then he could remove the part and take it to a local appliance parts store and try to match it up. That's what I would do, and that's what I've done before as well when the model number is missing.

And some parts have the part number on them.

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Wait, I just saw this:
I have one and need to replace a door
What door? The oven door? And why? whats wrong with the door?

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Yes, it does sound odd, but this is what the repair person stated when he came out to diagnose the issue per our home warranty company policy. The part is the door. The glass was cracked and caused a breakage, so he states the door must be replaced. The number on the door has Sears repair on it with the number 316065304.
 

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Hi Jake: Yes, it is a picture from a used appliance store. This is the best picture I could get, and it is the exact model with the same color and stainless composition. However, I went around and no one has this model. So, to better assist anyone who is willing to help me, I am posting the picture of the model that looks like mine's.

The tech would not repair it at all. My warranty company had two different companies to come out and one stated he could not do anything without the model number so that he could order the part. The other company stated that it was company policy to have the model number to better troubleshoot and order parts. I know that it would be easy to simply take the door off and find a suitable replacement. But, the tech person did not do this and I do not want to do this and mess up my home warranty claim. So, I am asking for help in locating the model information so I can get the work done as soon as possible. I am sincerely on here looking for help, since my family would love to have a oven-cooked meal in time for Thanksgiving. As silly as it sounds, it makes a big difference for us in terms of family time in the kitchen, cooking together.

Best wishes.

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That number on the oven door is just the part number for the information tag for the oven door.

You may want to take the dimensions to a glass company in your area, and they can probably cut you a piece, just tell them its for the inner oven door, it needs to be tempered heat resistant.

Do you think that would work Jeff?

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Inner glass, towards the cooking area.
Outer glass, towards the kitchen area.
Self cleaning ranges will also have middle glass between the inner and outer.

Open the door up, measure the glass.
Squares are 1 inch.

Some that may be close...

Inner-Door-Glass-316117503-01930044.jpg Inner oven door glass

Door-Glass-316117502--01722820.jpg Oven door glass

Door-Glass-316117501--01951958.jpg Oven door glass

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You may want to take the dimensions to a glass company in your area, and they can probably cut you a piece, just tell them its for the inner oven door, it needs to be tempered heat resistant.

Do you think that would work Jeff?

Sure that would work.

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