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Jenn Air 88370

The dial to set to BAKE or TIMER or BROIL, etc. is rubbed off. outside of a black dot, I have no idea how to turn my oven on. I want to utilize the time bake feature but don't know where to turn it. My existing dial is silver with black arounf the outside. Sorry no part # available.

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Re: Jenn Air 88370

You need a new knob part y715403 . Turn knob clockwise first clik should be bake position

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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