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My Jenn Air Convection Gas-Electric grill range model SVD48600 is electrically dead. Non of the buttons work on the switch membrane and the electric clock has no power. Circuit braker was checked and is fine. I replace the switch membrane 10 years ago. But I was able to read function error codes on the clock panel. Now I can't do that. I don't want to buy all of the parts unnecessarily. How do you troubleshoot?

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  • john_diring Mar 01, 2009

    There is no fuse in the Oven. The clock was fading before it went dead.

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The main circuit board which controls system voltage is burned out, treplace the main board and check all connections to that board.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Your described problem indicates that the low voltage supply of the SVD48600 is electrically dead. This low voltage supply converts the house voltage to usable DC voltages that the internal electronics uses. In most models (I believe including SVD48600s), the low voltage is achieved with the use of a small transformer, diodes and capacitors. Absence of the low voltage is indicated by no display/clock, non-functional electrical triggers and switches, sensors and everything electrical (as in your case). Unfortunately, the transformer and its attendant parts are integrated with the logic controller/relay board hence an entire assembly replacement is required.

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Well, do you have a voltmeter? If so, then check the voltage at all of the main junctions. At the power supply for one inside the unit. and at the main circuit board. The main board is probably fried and possibly there is a fuse that could have blown but I don't know why one would have.

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First check the fuse in the oven .


Posted on Feb 28, 2009

  • SAM ANDERSON Mar 02, 2009

    The fuse is located inside the cover of the microwave oven.Check that .

    Also you could have a wiring failure or a failed electronic oven control board in the range.

    Check the continuity of wiring from the board to other parts .


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