Question about Jenn-Air JED8430 Electric Cooktop
Jenn Air SVE47100B was in the house when we bought it two years ago. On Christmas day when when we were cooking the ham we heard a pop. The clock and digital control was off and the bake element looked as though it was arcing from near the back (not the connections or against the wall, but along the rear section of the actual element). The stove top burners were still operable. We unplugged it and the arcing stopped on the bake element, but the element was broken. I replaced the bake element and the clock control (part number 71002331) with new parts from a local supplier. It all fits back together (did lots of surfing and phoning). Put the power back on and the clock comes on, but when I turn on the bake or the broil, the elements in the oven don't get hot. The control unit will click as though it is trying to heat, and the temperature indicator doesn't rise above 100 degrees, the lowest number that it can register (as soon as you press "bake," it automatically registers "100" regardless of the temperature until it gets above 100 degrees). All connections appear to be tight. I replaced one of the connectors on the red wire that connects into E1 L2 plug. There were some burn marks on that connector and wire as well as the E7 L2 connector on the old clock component. When I activate the broil, the blower comes on, however when the bake is on the fan does not come on when I flip the switch.
Test the swtich w/ multi tester /connect tester as a jumper to the switch dettach one line on and off switch /if does not reponse / replace the switch.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
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