I am trying to buy a new control panel / clock assembly for the above model since I am shutting down with a FC1 error all the time. I have removed all the screws I can see attached to the front panel 4 hex on the underside + 2 philips screws below plus the four side screws. Am I missing something. I could do this repair easily but can't get at the part. Please help.
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Re: Jenn-Air JDS9860AAP Control Panel Problem
1. Remove power from unit.
2. Remove burner switch control knobs.
3. Open oven door and remove screws securing control
4. Remove screws located on the right and left sides of
the control panel.
5. Grasp control panel on the far left and right sides and
gently pull the control panel out and down.
NOTE: Gently pull control panel out and down.
6. Remove infinite switch control knobs, infinite
switches, indicator lights, rocker switches, and
electronic control/clock (as necessary) and transfer to
the new control panel.
7. Reverse procedure to reinstall control panel.
1. Remove control panel, see “Control Panel”
procedure, steps 1 through 5.
2. Remove screws securing electronic control bracket to
3. Label and disconnect terminal wiring from electronic
4. Reverse procedure to reinstall electronic control.try that
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The F3 means there is something wrong in the sensor circuit, sensor/wiring/clock.
Shorted or open oven temperature sensor (RTD):
Solution: Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok.
If you are having error code F1 with your Jenn-Air double wall oven this is because you have a defective touch pad or clock (ERC). This simple test will
help determine whether the ERC (Electronic Range Control or Clock) or the
touch pad is defective when F1 error code is present.
Note: Some models incorporate the touch pad in to the ERC as a single
assembly, in which case this test is not necessary. Simply replace the ERC
Warning: If you feel in any way uncomfortable performing this test or
making this repair, please contact a qualified appliance repair
1. Disconnect power to the range (unplug the range power cord or turn the
power off to the range at the circuit breaker). It is very important that
the power to the range has been disconnected, so please double check
2. Gain access inside the control panel.
3. Disconnect the touch pad (also called keypad or membrane switch) ribbon
from the ERC.
4. Make sure there are no lose wires, or anything else that may cause a
short when power is turned back on. Assemble the control panel back the
way it was.
5. Turn the power back on.
6. Wait for at least one hour to see if the F1 code comes back (usually
accompanied by a beeping sound).
7. If F1 comes back, replace the ERC. If it does not, replace the touch
your model should be a jjw9527AAW.... usually when that clock assembly goes dim u must replace that clock ... for your model it is a part number #71003424.. that clock on sears.com is for sale at $186.06.. call around or shop around for a bettter price remeber shipping charges through sears though and prob take longer to get ahh nevermind ur call...ohh yea kill the power before servicing or call for service... hope this helps take care
Hi, this will happen over a period of time and its just heat related. the control panel isn't insulated properly and , there has been a larger than normal transfer of heat to the inside of the control panel where the circuits are housed.
If this is a problem, i recommend replacing the control board. it will fix the dim issue.
The F7 error code on your oven indicates the touch pad has failed.
To repair it you will need to replace the touch pad which is listed as
a control panel w/keypad in the parts diagram. If you do the
repair yourself, disconnect the power to the oven. Take the 3 screws
out above the door that hold the control panel on to the oven. Pull the
control panel out at the bottom and lift it up, then pull out the top
and drop it down so you can see the back side of the control panel, and
you will see a ribbon connector going from the touchpad to the
electronic oven control (ERC). There is a latch holding the ribbon connector to the ERC, raise the latch to release and pull the ribbon out of the ERC. Replace the part and reverse these instructions to replace the control panel.
On most Jenn Airs, this means a key on the keypad is stuck. Try shutting off power, inspecting the keys to see if one looks stuck in or feels worn out. Rapidly press each key several times to loosen and clean the contacts. Turn the power back on and see if the problem goes away.
If this fails to help, you will probably need a new keypad for the unit. I don't know what model Jenn Air you have, but you can find parts for most Jenn Air models at Appliance Parts Pros. This is probably an easy fix, but if you are not comfortable or do not know how to safely work on appliances, you may want to call in a qualified tech.
it varies first thing to do is check the connections if there is a plastic ribbion on yours can clean it with a pencial eraser unplug the wires and plug them back up a couple of times in case there is some restiance there now by sensor i assume you are talking the oven probe some where on your range you will find a techsheet that will tell you how to ohm the probe and they dont always
show the right code that should help let me know what you find ill be here