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Old 02-03-2008, 11:44 PM
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Hi Gene,
I have a very similar issue with our advantium oven. Using the convection oven part and it just died in the middle of cooking. I found the diagram and it's the same as Nick's. My issue is how do I test the fuse (assuming I find it) and I can't see the diagrams linked to your post.
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Click on any diagram link on page 1 and type your model number in the search box. You'll get all break down diagrams.

After you locate the fuse just check it for continuity (remove the wires first).

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Thanks. Pulled the fuse and it's showing 0 on VOM, so I ordered the cavity thermocouple.
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Got the part and installed it, we're back in business.

Many thanks from a greatful wife also.
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I'm glad I found this forum! I also have a dead Kenmore Elite Advantium 120 - Model 363.63699301. I understand this model may be different than those already mentioned in this thread, but after looking at the diagrams they appear fairly similar.

Anyway, I was using the convection oven when it just stopped - no display, no light, nothing. The power going to the oven power cord checks ok, so the issue is within the unit.

Based on the previous repairs in this thread, it looks like I need to take the unit off the wall, check the fuse, and if the fuse is ok I should replace the themocoupler, right? Based on my parts list and diagrams, I see a "TCO, Oven Cavity" and a "TCO, Base Hood." Is the Oven Cavity the one I should repace? Is there a way to bench check a TCO? With a manual and some tools I am fairly handy with disassembly/assembly, but I can certainly use a primer on how the parts work together.

Any help is appreciated!
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Well, even though I didn't get a reply here, I took the plunge and bought the TCO. Taking the oven off the wall and then tearing into it wasn't fun, but the "operation" was ultimately successful. There certainly were a lot of layers to disassemble to get to the part I needed to swap, but in the end it was pretty straight forward.

So thanks for the previous postings here - it gave me the confidence to perform this surgery on my own!
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After reviewing all the issues here, it should steamline my troubleshooting. I'll post if it works.

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I have the same issue, do I have to take it of the wall to check the fuse?
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