Some of the ways to repair a KitcheAid oven that is not turning on include checking for incoming power problems, replacing the igniter and changing the thermal fuse. The exact repair solution for a malfunctioning KitchenAid oven depends on the cause of the problem.
An incoming power problem is a common cause of an oven not to turn on properly. Appliance owners should use a volt meter to check that the power outlet is providing sufficient power to the unit. Electric ovens work on alternating current, and they require 220-volts to function properly.
Another common reason for an over not to turn on as it should is a faulty igniter. The igniter allows the gas valve to open, thus igniting the flame. An igniter that glows for more than a minute without igniting the gas flame indicates that there is a problem with the igniter. At that point, it needs to be replaced because it is not getting hot enough to allow the gas valve to open.
Finally, a blown thermal fuse can cause an oven not to turn on properly. The thermal fuse is responsible for protecting the appliance as well as preventing fires. The fuse trips if the oven gets too hot. Appliance owners should check the thermal fuse for continuity using a volt meter, and they should replace it if needed.