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I replaced the baking element on my oven and it still does not get hot (Model # JPB25WY2WW)

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  • texr Apr 20, 2009

    I checked wires and all are connected and nothing broken. I wiggled all connections that go to the bottom element and still it did not get hot. The broiler element has always worked. The circuit board has a # 9809 CPC 94 V. Do you think it may be burned out?

  • texr Apr 20, 2009

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Hi


Check for the wiring between the control panel of your oven and the bake element. Also check for relay on the circuit board. This issue arises mostly because of the wiring between the control board and the bake element. Also tell me whether the broil element is working or not?

Are you getting any error codes as well on your Range?

Please do accept this solution and revert for further assistance.

Thanks
Rylee

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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    Rylee Smith Apr 20, 2009

    If the wiring is fine then its the control board which is faulty. Check for the relay on the control board, it will look somewhat like this---






    Wiring of the relay is like this---







    1 - Disconnect power

    2 - Remove the cover panel

    3 - Install new relay on the main back ( don't remove the defective old relay )







    4 - Disconnect wire L2 from the TRO relay and marrette it to the orange wire of the new relay.

    5 - Disconnect wire H1 from the TRO relay and marrette it to the red wire of the new relay.

    6 - Disconnect wire H2 from the TRO relay and marrette it to the black wire of the new relay.

    7 - Reinstall the back panel and reconnect power to the range.



    Also test the selector switch if its faulty.



    Please do accept this solution and revert for further assistance.


    Thanks

    Rylee



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