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Jenn air oven won't turn off

Blew a fuse for some reason .After looking in the back it looked like the element connection had touched the side and arc- ed .Put a new connector on and turned the breaker on and now the element stays on even with the oven off. Thermostat????

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  • tspinc Dec 10, 2007

    Thanks for thr help you were right on .It was the digital thermostat / sensor .Took the boards off and tested to find one relay stuck or weleded shut from the blown fuse i guess. Took it off sanded down and seems to be working fine so far .I had priced the thermostat at 155.00 so it looks like i can buy someone a nice christmas present . Thanks again

  • kolburn May 07, 2009

    Just installed a used Jenn Air WW27430 - when I tested the unit it seemed ok except for a quick flash/bang about 30 seconds after connection. However, now the lower oven element stays on regardless of oven setting. Sounds like I have the same problem as in this post - any further details on what I should be looking to fix/replace/repair?



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Maybe, if you have a mechanical type of thermostat. Could also be the circuit board. Wonder why you blew the breaker in the first place. If the unit is digital, the thermostat is really a sensor, a relay and assorted electronics. The relay and electronics are on a circuit board. That's what you're going to be buying.

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

Ad're welcome. Bear in mind that those contacts will corrode. Your last step is to close them over some typing paper and pull the paper through the contact. It will clean it a bit better than just sanding. You may still need a new relay. Here's a trick: if the relay coil voltage is 12 VDC (many are) you can get an automotive relay and adapt it. I got 3 years out of one on a microwave until something else finally went on the board.

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