Question about Jenn-Air JDR8895AAS Dual Fuel (Electric and Gas) Kitchen Range
Had company for dinner. Chicken in the oven burned. Hiroshima. Served chili instead. Couldn't control temp in oven. "Bake" light flashing. Shut it down. Looks like an oven thermostat to me. Went to breaker box and cut power for 5 minutes, hoping for reset. No help there. I am handy but not familiar with electric ovens. Don't have a schematic. Suggestions appreciated. Lowtech
Pull the temperature probe and with a multimeter, check the Ohms. It should read right around 1100 Ohms at room temperature. If you get any other reading replace the probe. Here is that part to order.
Posted on May 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Function Problem
Paul, the F9-3 code has to do with the oven door lock motor assy.. Water must have gotten on to it and now the fault. There is a quick test mode on the model ending in aab, if yours ends in this try this. Unplug the oven for 30 seconds, plug it back in and press and hold the cancel and broil buttons together. It should enter test mode. When in the test mode press the clean button to see if the motor activates and resets. Press cancel to exit the test mode...Catriver...post back
Posted on Aug 15, 2006
your correct the only difference between a regular oven and a convection oven is that it has a fan.when you open the oven door the fan should be spinning to a stop if this is not the case you may have a problem with the fan.
Posted on Aug 15, 2007
SOURCE: meat probe button on control pad
there is no real way to reset it you reset it when you turned the breaker off, It sounds like the EOC (electronic oven control) is faulty. I would just keep reset it and keep doing that to bake the turkey how hot will it get before it buzzes? is it showing any error codes?? F1, F2, F3 etc.....
Posted on Sep 30, 2007
Your control panel is getting ready to quit. Mine did the same thing, I ignored it and now nothing on the touch panel works. About $150.00 for the part.
Posted on May 30, 2008
SOURCE: remove probe from oven
most electric ovens have a temperature sensing probe inside of them. this is to prevent the oven from overheating and causing a fire. the reason why it's asking you to do that is because it's either dislogged from its place or it need to be replaced.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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After a power outage, my wife's grandmother said she could
no longer set her over to 300, 400, 450, whatever..
I went over to troubleshoot.
I couldn't figure out why everything seemed functional and
why I couldn't set the over to higher than 288 (and thought, that's a rather
odd number)... until I realized that
that 288 degrees C = 550 degrees F which is the max the oven can do.
The power outage reset the computed back to celcius instead
Save them a ton of money... cause this could have been an
easy cash grab to some cook out there.
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