Question about Kitchen Ranges
I have a jds9860aap with two issues. 1. The front e-burner does not light. I took the burner out and using a lighter the back feed tube burns like a torch but the front will not light at all. Any ideas? 2. The back right burner will not spark but it can be lit manually. The front sparker is working correctly.
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Unplug your unit and turn off the gas supply at the saddle valve near the unit.
Lift up the hood of the oven. If you have sealed burners, the lid will not lift up. Locate the ignitors near the burners of the unit. Clean any gunk away from the ignitor using a toothbrush. Test the unit.
Pull the burner dials off the front of the unit if the ignitors won't work.
Remove the screws at the ends of the front cover, where the gas supply knobs are located, using a screwdriver, and remove the cover from the oven.
Slide the wires off the burner valve switches and pull them off the burner valve by sliding the switch forward. The switch will have wires attached to it. Loosen the screws holding down the wires of the burner valve. Pull out the wires carefully. Place the wires in a new switch. Slide the new switch onto the burner valve. Replace the knob, and turn on the gas supply and power. Ignite the burner.
Follow the switch wires into the oven if the new switch doesn't work. Locate the module box, which is usually 2 inches by 3 inches. Slide the wires out of the module terminal by pulling on the wire connectors. Remove the screws from the old module and pull the module out. Insert the wires into the new module, using the same wire orientation as before. Reassemble the oven. Turn on the electricity and gas, and turn on the burner.
Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_7925141_repair-electronic-ignition-gas-stove.html#ixzz2ZPuc5nad
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: jenn-air manual
i have a jenn-air, SVE47600B, when you put power to the unit, the broiler element comes on and stays on. In the past, someone pried the door open, during a clean cycle. Than the unit would shut off in the middle of baking or broiling, so they called a service guy who took the wiring diagram when he left, he also unwired the door latch used during cleaning cycles. He told customer it needed a new control panel, the guy did not do the repair, he just unplugged the broiling element and used the stove top. So now i reattacted the door latch switch and hooked up the broiler element , then turned on power to the stove and sure enough the broiler came on and stayed on. with no wiring diagram and rusty skills i am looking for advice and help and maybe a wiring diagram. Went to sears web site and they have a control panel or a relay board(down draft), relay board (bake/broil).....pricing between 200-300$ each and i dont want to just throw money at it......HELP
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
If it were the gas regulator, existing flames would go down as more burners are turned on.
There are set screws on the pilot fittings that come out of the manifold, you could try turning those Counter-clockwise to turn the pilots up. (Don't loosen them all the way, they will fall out!) If that doesn't work chances are the pilot stems will have to be replaced to get a higher pilot flame.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
The spark mod. needs to be replaced again. Check and make sure that the wires are connected to it good though and that they have a good connection. If all looks well though you will most likely need to replace that spark mod. again. Let me know if you have any other questions and if this was helpful. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
It's the igniters. They increase in resistance as the elements age and decreases the current required to heat the spring element in the gas valve.
Replace both igniters.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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