Question about Ovens
The display on my Jenn-Air Model SEG196 (Oven Control Board 12200028) no longer displays anything. I know I can send the board to various repair services online who charge $160+ if they can repair it. Are there any less expensive solutions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
reset your breaker reprogram the clock try again what happend last time it was working self clean broiling etc
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
Try changing the clock assembly --
here is a link to the diagram.
Electronic Clock Assembly (Series 10)
Help with series numbers
here is the part number.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
The circuit board is for the display/touch panel. It is mounted on the back of the display panel itself and connected to the other circuit boards by two multipin connectors. When you remove the display panel (3 screws on top, 4 on the bottom) you will be able to GENTLY detach those connectors. They are low voltage and may be handled safety even when the oven is powered, but I agree that turning off the oven circuit breaker is good practice.
To remove the circuit board, GENTLY release the two black plastic tabs; the solder pads are underneath. I too used a 100 mf capacitor because no local supplier had a 68 mf hi-temp. Observe polarity; the (-) lead goes towards the center of the board (away from the edge connector.)
BTW, I had exactly the same symptoms (display goes dim, then goes out altogether.)
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
I had the same problem and found the solution on-line.
Replace the C3 capacitor on the dispaly module. (100 UF, 35 volt, high temperature)
The local Jenn Air dealer wanted $211 for a new display module.
I purchased a Cap from a local electronics supply store for 79cents.
The only problem is that you need to have a soldering pencil/iron, a solder ******/wick and a small amount of solder.
Steps I had to take on my oven:
- Flip the AC breaker supplying the oven to off to be save
- remove 3 screws on top and 4 on the bottom of the display panel
- gently pull out the display panel and unplug the 2 cables to the display
- unclip the ribbon cable to the display module
- unclip the module itself by pushing on the 2 black tabs
- locate C3
- unsolder C3 and replace with new Cap- keeping the polarity strip the same as theh old Cap
- reasemble in reverse order.
It took me all of 20 minutes. It may sound difficult but is very easy if you have the tools
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
You need to replace the C3 capacitor on the control board
You can replace only the C3 - it is 68uF / 35V and you can go to Radio Shack and get their part # 272-1028 - 100uF/35V one. It takes all but 10 minutes to re-solder the new one in place
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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