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December 3, 2021
My oven is not heating properly. I have checked every element for continuity and they all read less than 1 ohm. So I am checking my temperature sensor from the back of the panel and it has a small plug on it. My multi-meter's probes are too big to get into the plug. Do you have any suggestions on how to check the resistance on the temperature sensor?
For model number KERA807PSS02
Hello Mike, Thank you for the question. The only way to test the resistance is with the Multimeter. If the probes are too large, a different meter would be needed. We hope this helps!
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I removed the 2 screws that held the sensor in and pulled it forward and unplugged the connector. I plugged in the new sensor and replaced the 2 screws that had been remove. It was done in about 5 minutes or less.
Turned power off and unplugged from outlet. Opened door and took Philip screwdriver and removed two screws. Very slowly pulled sensor out and unplugged connector.connected new sensor and installed it back to oven. Plugged back in outlet and turned power back on.