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Time and Temp. display on my JennAir Expressions is not working.

The display on my Jenn Air Expressions is not working.
The time and temperature are not appearing. The oven beeps when selecting settings and heats up for cooking. Everything seems to work except the display. I removed the upper panel and checked to make sure that the connections were good and that there wasn't any damage to them.

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  • alicefromoh Jan 01, 2009

    I have the same problem....and am finally trying to find a way to fix it.

  • strike3again Jan 07, 2009

    Found out that I could replace the C3 capacitor with a 100uF
    35V (high temperature - 105 C). Spent $1.69 for the capacitor and 1/2 taking the unit out, soldering the new capacitor in, and remounting the upper clock unit back on the oven. Works great now..

  • strike3again Jan 07, 2009

    Try this link for more discussion on this topic:
    http://www.fixya.com/support/t139312-clo...

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99% likelihood of a bad clock, part # 71001799. This is unfortunately very common with this model. Hope this helps!

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  • jodes6785 Feb 02, 2011

    You do not need to replace the whole circuit board for this issue. I had the same exact symptoms and it ended up being just a capacitor (the c3 capacitor to be exact). This can be replaced and will fix the problem. The capacitor is a 68uf at35v and 105 degrees Celsius. If you cannot find a 68uf capacitor you can use a 100uf cap.

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