I had the same problem. I went to the manual and it is very easy to fix. The oven control lockout was somehow set. To cnacel it just press the Cook Time and the Stop Time buttons at the same time for 4 seconds. The "off' will appear briefly and then disappear. It worked for me. Good Luck!
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The F7 code indicates that the touch pad either has a "stuck" or shorted key. Depending on the oven model, you either need to replace the touch pad or the controller (clock) and the touch pad. (Some Jenn Air appliances sell the two as one unit.)
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Turn off the power to the oven. Remove the racks. Remove the BAKE element screws and carefully pull the element out. Remove the wires from the element,being careful not to let the wires fall back into the oven cavity. Use a volt meter set for continuity and touch the meter leads to the element terminals. No reading is a bad element. Replace the element. If you do get a reading,the electronic control is bad.
throw the jenn-air out. purchase something from another company that cares about their products. I have had the same issue, twice. my wife managed to melt the touch pad by baking and using the burner at the same time. this has happened to countless purchasers of jenn-air **** appliances. they should be sued and forced to fix their faulty design
We own a Jenn-Aire model W27400W oven. The display module has
gradually gone dim over a period of several months prior to the end of
the warranty, and the display is no longer visible. It is apparent
that several Jenn-Aire oven models use the same display. Does Anyone
else have the same problem, and If so, are they willing to join a
class-action suit against Jenn-Aire with us?