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VANMAN69, I have looked in the door under the oven door and can not find the codes. Any more suggestions? I have had a repair man come and replace my control board but I am still getting the F1-1 fault code and when using the oven I get the F3-1 fault code.
Posted on Aug 02, 2007
some times the wall nest to the vent when is wendy, it force the air in side, i recommend to replace the vent position out side.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
The model number can usually be found just inside the door or drawer (on the range itself).
All the Jenn-Air convection ovens I'm familiar with are electric even if the cook top is gas.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Obviously, safety first. This being an electrical fix, unplug or otherwise disconnect the power to the appliance.
A philips screwdriver and 1/4" nut driver(or socket) are all that's needed.
First, there are 8 fasteners on the underside of the control panel. Only the 4 nearest the oven openning need to be removed from here.
Next, remove the burner knobs for the stovetop(simply pull straight off; if stuck, wrap a folded wash cloth behind the knob to gain extra leverage). Then remove the 4 screws that were behind the knobs.
At this point the panel should be loose and pulling out the bottom of the control panel will allow it to clear the knob shafts. Be careful not to pull too far, as the wires to the control board are rather delicate.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
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