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Oven won't come up to temp (or is very slow)

Our Jenn-Air SVE47100 has functioned flawlessly since purchase and install in 1996. This past weekend, the oven failed to heat above 270 deg - or maybe I didn't wait long enough (45 minutes). Either way, it's no longer working as it used to. I hear a sequence of clicks when I'd expect the element to heat; 2 clicks about 1 second apart, then about a 5 second delay, followed by 2 more clicks. I'm guessing what little heating is occuring is happening between the clicks. Electrically, the 2 breakers are ganged, and both appear to be OK - haven't checked them electrically, only visually. Broiler functions correctly, so I'm guessing I have 220V where it's supposed to be. Can't say for sure (haven't tried in last couple of days), but I think burner/grill elements still function OK. Same for downdraft fan. No error codes displayed, main controls all appear OK. Any help or ideas would be appreciated.

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  • cjk123 Oct 15, 2007

    I was hoping for a way to conclusively know, but I started with the element, removed it, and found it to be open-circuit when I checked it with an ohm-meter.



     



    Thanks for the help..

  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2007

    I just experienced the same problem with a 3 year old unit (800). Oven won't heat over 250 degrees but everything else works fine (even the broil).

  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2007

    I am having the same problem with my SVE47100 too. Not sure how old it is, but it's at least 3 1/2 yrs old. It's always cooked cooler than the display temp says, but it at least worked. At least it worked one day and not the next. Broiler works, but non-broiler won't get past 270 degrees now.

  • Anonymous Oct 10, 2008

    oven will preheat higer than 100 degrees

  • Anonymous Nov 21, 2008

    I have a Jenn-Air Model SVE47100 oven/range in which the oven will not heat above 270 degrees. Lower element not heating up. Everything else appears to be working fine. Is it the element that needs to be replaced or something else.

  • DLP1 May 11, 2010

    I have a Jenn-air double wall oven and I am having a similar problem (slow to heat), but only in one of the ovens. Is this likely the element.

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I had this problem, it was my heating element. I replaced the heating element and now i dont have a problem with the oven reaching temp quickly and staying at the programed temp.

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You have a bad element or control board.

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