Question about Jenn-Air SVE47100 Slide-In Electric Kitchen Range
An F-1 error code on your model means the element was energized when it should not have been, A shorted interconnect harness or failed power relay board.
A probe indication could be a failed meat probe jack or bad harness in a unit that has one. In a unit without a meat probe, suspect a bad board.
Both conditions would warrant bringing in a tech.
Before you do, turn off the circuit breaker fot 3 miutes and turn it back on. This will reboot the boards. If problem persists, the call a service tech.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
SOURCE: F1 fault code? Jenn-Air SVE47100
HI. This is concerning the relay board that is installed in your unit. I would recommend to inspect the entire wiring harness that is linking the relay board to the elements, and other power component's. If the harness is ok, and connected tightly, and correctly, this will confirm that the relay board has failed. It must be replaced in the case. Be sure to inspect all wiring harness connections for corrosion before you replace the board. This could be as simple as a failed connection.
PRB Part Number is #71002144
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
I removed the heating element and checked it with an ohmeter, which showed the element had shorted out. I've purchased another element on line.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
SOURCE: Oven beeps and says F1-8
There may be more than one real problem regarding this code, but here is the story I have encountered.
My JES8850AAB has had this problem now 3 times. I metered the original keyboard and discovered the short for the "Meat Probe" button. I noticed that there seemed to be a lot of web complaints regarding this issue and decided not to buy a replacement keyboard, but rather I chose to lose the functionality of a particular group of buttons by cutting a trace on the keyboard cable. The problem was temporarily solved for about 1-2 years. The problem resurfaced again.
I decided to try contacting Jenn-Air regarding the problem.
The first person I talked to thought that I would be better served by talking to a customer service rep. She transferred me to another person who stated that I needed to talk to a "Jenn-Air" rep and transferred me. I explained the history to this person and she eventually stated that the best she could do for me was to give me a 50% discount on a replacement part.
At the same time I was told that they do not have any product engineering issues.
I thought that this would be better than nothing, so I asked how much the part would cost. She replied that she needed a part number before she could provide a price!!! I can find the part on the internet, but each site seems to have only their part number listed, so I have no way to identify the Jenn-Air part number.
I decided to dig into this problem deeper...my oven was not working anyway, so why not really take it apart and identify something closer to the root cause of the problem.
after peeling the keyboard away from the control panel, I removed all of the adhesive from the rear of the keyboard. I then separated the keyboard from the outer front panel and cleaned away the adhesive from the front panel. Now that the panel was free of the keyboard I could see the real problem...air bubbles on several of the buttons had formed which indirectly caused the buttons to appear to be pressed...hence the problem. It is my suspicion that there is a flaw in the manufacture of this panel that allows air to be trapped between the two sections of plastic forming the front panel.
As an experiment I am going to pierce each button in multiple places to allow the air to escape from these buttons...I already tried it on one button and it seems to have worked...I am not sure what will happen once I reinstall the panel and the oven heat tries to expand any remining trapped air.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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