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KitchenAid Oven Not Self-Cleaning


The part(s) or condition(s) listed below for the symptom Oven not self-cleaning are ordered from most likely to least likely to occur. Check or test each item, starting with the items at the top of the page.

Most Frequent Causes for Oven not self-cleaning

Cause 1Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly

During the oven's self-cleaning cycle, the door lock switch activates the door lock motor to prevent the oven door from being opened. If the door lock motor and switch assembly is defective, the oven door will not unlock once the self-cleaning cycle is complete. On most ovens, you can open the oven door by removing certain screws or panels. Check your owner's manual for further instructions.

Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly for your KitchenAidRange/Stove/Oven
Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly - Part # 1547132 Mfg Part # WPW10195934

Motorized door latch assembly

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Cause 2Oven Control Board

The oven control board has relays that send voltage to the bake and broil circuits according to the user settings and sensor input. If the control board is defective, it may not send voltage to the heating components.

Oven Control Board for your KitchenAidRange/Stove/Oven
Oven Control Board - Part # 1201919 Mfg Part # WP9762794

Electronic oven control

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Cause 3Thermal Fuse

The thermal fuse is a safety feature that protects the oven from overheating. If the oven gets too hot, the thermal fuse trips to shut off power to the oven. The thermal fuse is not resettable—if the thermal fuse blows, you must replace it. To determine if the thermal fuse has blower, use a multimeter to test it for continuity. If the thermal fuse does not have continuity, replace it.

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Thermal Fuse for your KitchenAidRange/Stove/Oven
Thermal Fuse - Part # 1061375 Mfg Part # WP9759242

Thermal cut-out (fuse)

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