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We had a 1980's wall type oven that would not control the heat any longer. It had an electronic digital control board , the clock worked fine. To replace the oven new was like $700. We had a Sears repair guy come and he said to use the internet to find a replacement control board. After extensive research using the numbers on the board itself I found a company in Canada that does repairs, (there were a couple of companies offering this service, I can't remember why I picked the Canadian company) they explained that using a new replacement may just give you another board with the same weakness built in. This made sense to me so I took a chance and mailed them the board (shipping to Canada was a bit high) got it back in a couple of weeks, took 5 minutes to re-install and its working great. The repair was just under $140 plus shipping.
This indicates an open/shorted oven temperature sensor. To solve this problem the sensor needs replacement. If you wan to be sure before replacing the sensor then you can test it with a voltmeter for around 1100ohms....if it reads more then this then it needs replacement however, if the reading is around or less then 1100ohms then it is the control board that needs replacement. Please get back to me if you have any other questions. Kevin
I don't have a solution unfortunately, but I'm having the same problem. I had someone come out to look at it and they said that part #W10244191 was a mistake b/c of the larger slot and Whirlpool hasn't started production on correcting this problem... nice,eh?! I think this is a Whirlppol problem and they need to do something about it, and quick!
Your oven temperature sensor has failed(e-2) as well as your electronic control board(f-6).
The oven temp sensor, electronic control board and the touchpad must be replaced .
Approximate cost of parts is $500.00.
Before you decide what to do, check the thermal fuse at the control panel first. If blown, replace it and the temp sensor.
If you are lucky the control board may still be good.
Hi, you stated that you cooked a meal that produced some humidity inside the oven. this is the cause of the F-1 code. the humid conditions that were present at the time, caused the EOC(electronic Oven Control) to short. you will need to replace this control board at this time. it has failed.
Sounds like another control board failure, common on this type oven. It appears that a capacitor (#C3 on board) overheats and goes bad. Replacement of cap is a simple soldering job but the caps can be hard to find, try electronics parts houses and explain you need a high temp replacement. Should cost you about a buck. See post by BrianGem back in may of 2008, who turned me on to the target cap. Its a 35Volt 86mF. DISCONNECT OR TURN OFF POWER PRIOR TO ANY REPAIRS.
This is an update from James758. When I pressed the temp sensor probe and wiggled it a bit, sometimes the oven would work, but then it failed permanently after a few days. Had to call a repairman who charged $325 to replace the entire electronic panel and the separate sensor, although the failed part was only a relay on the board according to him. He also found a pinched wire when he pulled the oven out (one new electronic board relay failed when he first replaced it). Don't know how the wire to the sensor got pinched since the oven worked for 8 years without us moving that hidden wire. By the way, buying the sensor at a parts store in town was $18 versus his cost to us of $49. I'm sure the electronic board would also be much cheaper online. My wife watched the repairman replace the parts; you can save a lot of money doing it yourself.
the digital display on my jenn-air oven, model jjw9527c...has gone completely out. i am very efficient in wiring and electronics and would have no problem fixing it myself, just not sure which parts i need to order. Please return this with a solution, holiday season is very close.....thank u