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PER5710BAW Broiler element does not work

Baking element works fine, as do all of the stovetop elements. No indications of error codes on the display. Replaced broiler element, still no joy. When broil is selected, one light (broil) comes on, but not the Preheat light. I can hear the relay click for the preheat, but... Nothing. Left it on for an hour, still no heat. Do I need to replace the CLOCK W/OVERLAY unit?

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  • johncee53 Feb 24, 2009

    Any other suggestions?

  • johncee53 Feb 24, 2009

    Any other suggestions?

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Replace the relay.

the problem is related to a defective relay.

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Replace element please check all fuses before trying to repare here is a site for complete diagram http://www.partstap.com/ thank you for useing fixya please rate me

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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    albert getty Feb 24, 2009

    most likley the relay you hear clicking did you here it before?

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I recently had this problem with a jenn air stove. Only it was the bake function. The bake element had actually failed and required replacement however, after replacement, it still would not bake. I tried the short cut and replaced the temp switch on hope alone...no joy. Finally, I replaced the clock....it now works like a champ. I was able to save myself $100 by purchasing the part on-line but, I had to go through two of them before I finally got a good unit.

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This is a control panel issue and it will need to be replaced. i would make sure its not a lose connection before i purchase a new one.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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Hi!

I think either its not wired correctly or the connection of the broil element with the selector switch has broken.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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    Rylee Smith Feb 24, 2009

    Also, check for power coming out of the module/pc board on wire marked "br' when broil is selected. If no power you have a bad broil relay or a disconnection from broil relay.



    Inspect the wires from broil element, and the main terminal block for burnt or loose wires.



  • Rylee Smith
    Rylee Smith Feb 24, 2009

    To repolace the broil relay follow these steps---



    1 - Disconnect power

    2 - Remove the cover panel

    3 - Install new relay on the main back ( don't remove the defective old relay )

    4 - Disconnect wire L2 from the TRO relay and marrette it to the orange wire of the new relay.






    5 - Disconnect wire H1 from the TRO relay and marrette it to the red wire of the new relay.

    6 - Disconnect wire H2 from the TRO relay and marrette it to the black wire of the new relay.

    7 - Reinstall the back panel and reconnect power to the range.



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