I replaced all of my kitchen appliances in August 2018 with Kenmore Elite appliances from Sears. The Sears store has since closed. I didn't purchase the extended warranty since I'd had Kenmore appliances for 20 years with no issues. Right after the 1 year warranty ran out, one of the burners on the range started randomly beeping. I could make it stop if I spun the dial so it was just annoying. As the months went by. the beeping escalated and got so bad that I had to sleep with my bedroom door closed because it would just start beeping in the middle of the night. About a month ago the burner started to spontaneously turn itself onto the highest setting and heat up. It is an induction cooktop so is not supposed to heat up unless there is a pan on the burner. One night I left a tea kettle full of water on the bad burner. In the morning I found that all of the water had boiled off and the burner had burned the bottom of the kettle and the entire cooktop had cracked. My stove is a model # 790.95073 and I did some research. It turns out that the Consumer Protection Agency had done a recall in 2009 of a similar model because of this very issue. The stoves were deemed a fire hazard. There was a class action suit against Sears and Frigidaire since the actual manufacturer of the unit is Frigidaire. When I call Sears they said they couldn't do anything until I paid $99 to have a tech come out and check out the stove. The tech came out yesterday and gave me an estimate of $934 to fix the stove or told me to buy a new one for $1300. This is totally unacceptable since the unit is a terrible safety hazard. I called Sears again to complain and the customer service agent said they could do NOTHING to help since my warranty had expired. I asked to speak to a supervisor and was told one wasn't available but someone would call me back. I am still waiting for that call. I hope that by posting on the website I can get some help!