Question about Jenn-Air JED8230 Electric Cooktop
Model c201.........the other night my jenn air fan came on all by itself....I had turned the stove off about 1 1/2 hours before this happened. the fan wouldn't turn off.......no light indicator on either....electrical burning smell too.....only way to turn off fan was to turn off circuit breaker.......if I turn on circuit breaker the fan comes on again.....won't turn off. I keep circuit breaker in off position - and can't use oven either (same circuit)
It sounds as if the thermostat is broke. it could be the two wires off the thermostat are after melting together. ( burning smell). the thermostat stops power going to fan when it sences below a certain degrees. but your one has been cut out of the circuit due to the two cables melting together. this means fan will constantly stay on. you need to find and replace thermostat and make sure no cables melted together. if they are then seperate and use insulating tape to re insulate.make sure circuit breaker is off while doind this
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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