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Double Jenn-Air wall oven both overheat overcook

Both ovens overcook on temps that always cooked perfectly before; decreasing cook time and temp still burn and undercook in middle...I use it constantly and it just started burning everything. It's 3 years old so some parts are still under warranty. what to do?

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  • garysbabe1 May 19, 2009

    Jenn-Air double wall oven overcooks everything and didn't used to. Is it just the panel that needs to be fixed since it's not heating to correct temp, if I turn temp down and cook shorter time it still burns food & undercooks middle then. What to do?

  • garysbabe1 May 19, 2009

    Is the temp probe listed under another name such as thermostate hi limit for upper/& lower or is it an oven sensor? Is timer control just the control panel(this was actually replaced when we first moved in since it was dysfunctional from the start); or is it listed under another name also in the parts?

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Yes - your "temperature probe" is a thermostat.
It no longer gives the element controller the proper temp feedback.

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The problem is either a faulty temp probe or a faulty timer control board. Check also if you have an heating element that is staying always on because of a contact to ground.

Replace first the temp probe that is less expensive .

If that does not fix the problem , then replace the timer control.

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I think this oven has a self-cleaning mode.
It heats the oven up to an unbelievably high temperature and pretty much just turns any ickiness in there into charcoal, which you can then just scrape out. It puts quite a dent in your gas/electric bill, though, but that should fix you problem.

Let me know
Thanks
Kevin

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