Question about Jenn-Air SCE30600 Slide-In Electric Kitchen Range
Back in September 2007, I posted a problem with a faulty Left-hand Grill Control/Display on my SVE87600B Jenn-Air Range. The Technician, Dyllan recommended replacing the Clock Circuit Card assembly. I am now back with the results: I finally recieved and installed the "clock" or "control head" for the Left-hand grill. Results were mixed. The display lights up again, and the Left Front Grill gets good and hot. However, when the Left Rear Grill element is put on, it shuts down after about 15 seconds and a fault code "F2" illuminates on the display. When I look this code up on the Electrical Print, the chart indicates the problem as follows: Over temperature: over 600 degrees sensed. Sensed by control in time of day mode, bake mode, or over 900 degrees sensed in clean mode." Under the Components to Check Column, it says, "Ohm Sensor. If checks ok, change power relay board."
First off, I'm not operating the range in the Time of Day, Bake, or Clean modes to my knowledge. I'm just trying to use the grill. Secondly, I've looked over this Print carefully, and I cannot see the "Ohm Sensor". Neither can I locate the Power Relay Board either on the Print or in the range.
Any guidance you can provide is greatly appreciated.
Thanks for answering this, and for the heads up in the Experts Lounge, Soulvisitor.
HiwyYa, Soulvisitor has it right, I believe. There is no "Ohm sensor" - but it's obviously related to the temp sensor somehow. I'd recommend testing the temp sensor in exactly the manner Soulvisitor has suggested.
If that doesn't prove to be a problem, let us know and we'll see what else we can find.
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Posted on Jan 14, 2008
I think when they are saying ohm sensor, they are trying to say to test the resistance (ohms) of the temp sensor/thermistor.
So either the element is not shutting off (power supply to it), the temp sensors faulty (or too close) or the element if faulty(would be my first step)
Knowledge is from my own version of logic this is not my field of expertise but decided due to "any guidance request" I'd put my 2 cent in, but I'd say element if you haven't changed it or it is the temp sensing device, but then thinking about it if your last board in another area got zapped then maybe it is whatever circuit that provides power to the element
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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