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In 1999 I insatal in my home a built in Jenn Air oven @ microwave (oven in the botom and mcrowave above)some how the sirial @ model information is mising. Could you give me an idea what model could be so I can look in the web. I need repair and no one can identifed the product. Thanks for your help. oberlanga@gmail.com

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Another member of the site MicrowaveSvc, specializes in microwave. He has his own business repairing these units at.http://www.microwavedisplay.com and may be reached at prototech@usa.net.

Perhaps you could email him and attach a digital image of the Jenn-Air built-in combo.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

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Could you give a description? Is it like this one here ?
Click on the oven does it look like any of them?


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If it's gas check behind the right hand burner towards the back.

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If you can post a screenshot of your unit, we might be able to identify the exact model of your unit. Thanks!

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Do you remember where you bought it? Maybe they have a record of the sale ..

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