I have experience an issue with my brand new electric oven : after the first time I used it , the display went dead ...It doesn't display anything , anymore , not even the time :-( Therefore , the appliance it's not usable anymore , since all the controls are controlled through the touch display ...
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Not exacltly the same oven but I got F2 error and solve it by : 1) Find error code on : http://appliancehelponline.com/whirlpool.html 2) take out the temperature sensor 3) the oven now indicates F1 error 4) measure sensor with ohm meter : should be a bit above 1080 ohms 5) clean the sensor carefully 6) put it back in the oven fixed !
There is also a little circuit breaker with a red button in the oven. I also push it (maybe a reset?)
There are two common scenarios with these Thermador wall ovens fitting what you've described. The harness to the display from the control board is loose (not likely) or the display itself is failing (most likely). The issue with these displays is they lose their intensity over time because of the fluorescent tube technology they use, hence the only remedy is to replace the control/display kit...the display only is not available, but a "kit" is.
You can find these "display kits" at "repairclinic.com" and similar to what I've attached here... **Your other option, and the one I recommend, is to have the existing display and control rebuilt...the down side is this will require the parts to be removed and sent away** You may find other suggestions or "band aid" remedies on-line, but in my experience this is the sure way to go. Here you'll find all the info pertaining to this option by clicking on the link I've provided below
The issue with these displays is they lose their intensity over time because of the fluorescent tube technology they use, hence the only remedy is to replace the control/display kit...the display only is not available.
You can find these "display kits" at "repairclinic.com" and similar to what I've attached here...
**Your other option, and the one I recommend, is to have the existing display and control rebuilt...the down side is this will require the parts to be removed and sent away**
Here you'll find all the info pertaining to this option by clicking on the link I've provided below
Hello, and sorry to read about your problem. if you have tried to re-power the unit, and still have the same issue, you then have a general main board failure, you may want to contact a service company. it takes experience to know which part is defective.
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The issue with these displays is they can lose their intensity over time, but also it can be contributed to the main control...specifically the transformer on the "C" series ovens, hence the only remedy is to replace the control/display kit.
I'd first suggest checking the main control if you feel you are capable, this is how...
1) Turn the breaker or power supply to the oven off while servicing...saferty first ( though you will need power to check the transformer, this is where an experienced tech may be necessary, you'll need to decide )
2) locate the control board behind the display ( this will require either moving the front panel or the top panel behind the display...in the plenum )
Then identify the PCB/control board...
The large arrow identifies the main control, the small arrow is the transformer location on the board
3) Remove the control or place it at a vantage point you can perform the following voltage checks, this is where some experience or electrical knowledge comes in handy...
If the values listed in the test chart all are o.k. then you need a display only...if not you'll need the control board. ( Before you ask, I don't know of any transformer supplier...but then you're gambling nothing else is defective on the control anyway, not worth it in my opinion, that's your call )
Now to answer your question about availability though, one can find these "display's" at "repairclinic.com" for around $225USD and includes what I've attached here...
The "PCB" or control as it is referred to as well is also available at said location for around $175USD, it will include this...
Hope this helps move you forward. Let me know if I can assist you further and good luck.
As noted in solutions to other Jenn Air ovens, this is often solved by replacing the capacitor labeled C3 on the circuit board that contains the display. Oven heat apparently causes it to fail over time. This is a solder connection to the circuit board. Not hard if you have any experience with this kind of soldering it is straightforward.
Seven phillips sheet metal screws to remove panel assembly, plus two electrical connectors. One ribbon connector from touch panel to board, then four 1/4 hex sheetmetal screws to remove circuit board from touch panel and metal frame. Then soldering iron.
It did work on a 40300 dual unit, which is same as this model except for cosmetics.
Capacitor is 35 volt 68 microfarad. Radio shack has 100 microfarad, which one report says works. Radio shack doesn't have a 68, but they do have 22 and 47 which mounted in parallel give 69, which is within tolerance. That's what I used. The capacitors cost $1.29, less than 1% of the cost of a new circuit board.