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Jenn air jdb8910 does nothing

Will not light up at all, looked inside and it never completely drained from last use, still water in bottom, now no lights come on or anything, worked fien yesterday

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Had a similar problem with mine a few weeks ago. It was intermittent in not working on delay. My first thought was that the close switch was not working. Upon disassembling the door, and fiddling with the switch, I heard some sizzling on one of the circuit boards. A little more digging revealed some cold solder joints on a couple of board mounted relays.

I removed the board, re-soldered the loose relays, and everything has worked fine since.

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GenTech nailed that one. I had the same problem and found the 2 relays (light blue colored) had loose solder joints. I resoldered them and everything works fine! In order to remove the board, I had to pull off all the connections. I had a hell of a time removing one spade lug and ultimately had to rip it off & resolder it. A more experienced repair person might have been able to remove that one w/o the trouble I had.

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