The best way to check your door gasket is use a strip of paper, shut it between the door and the oven. pull on the strip you should feel just a slight resistance do that on several areas around the door. other than that, not enough info for more, i'm assuming it is just uneven browning, just make sure you have your pan centered in the oven, or if you have convection use that it generally gives you the best results in baking, once you get use to it
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The back of your range is a motor (right side?) that controls the locking of the door. The position of the rod may not be right because the motor may be bad. You can disconnect the motor and rod. By removing the rod and bypassing the motor, you can now bake.
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Often, if Whirlpool oven starts to do things on its own.. the touchpad might be failing or faulty. Keys fail and short, meaning they think they're being pressed when they actually aren't. Do you have the model number of you oven?
you have a bad bake ignitor.i don't know what number you sent but it's not the model number,open the draw below the oven door and look at the frame where the door closes into and you'll see a tag with the model and serial number,call your parts store,give them the model number and tell them you need a bake ignitor
F3 is a bad oven temp sensor. The sensor fail F3 code will appear if during self clean that it senses temps above 915F, or there is an open / short in the temp sensor. The only thing you can do is replace the sensor. Just getting the oven door open can be a real pain as you have unlatch the oven door lock to get to the screws that are in the top lip above the oven door so that you can change the sensor. Depending on model you may have to reach through a burner to manually unlatch the oven door lock or remove the side panel of the oven to manually unlatch the door lock. On most units It will not continue to self clean with an F3 code detected. Once an F3 code is detected the ERC shuts off power to the bake and broil elements so that it does not catch fire from a run away temperature condition.
heres the apart nuber forthe burner bar, the unfortunate thing for you is that the new burner bar comes with the ignitor already attached ,no worries hold on to either the one becauseit will go bad again. but no real trick to it 1 or 2 screws holds in place no gaskets or seals
I posted a message on 12/27 and since then I have contacted Jenn-Air again and as I mentioned above the two things they told me to do didn't work, so I looked at the schematic of the unit and there appears to be a motor that locks and unlocks the door. I have a service repair coming this Saturday and seems to believe the motor is bad. Trenatru are you getting an error message? I was told by Jenn-Air that there is a 6 yr. warranty on electrical parts so will try to keep you posted if that is the cause. If you havn't tried shutting off the power try that first. They said keep it off for a couple minutes before turning back on. If that try pushing on the door and hitting cancel twice. If those two things don't work, will let you know what I find out next weekend.
I had the same problem and pulled off the contorl panel and removed the ribbion looking thing. You might have to do this a few times and wiggle it a little. It took me about 4 trys to get it to stop. also you can lock the control panel and the beeping will stop...this was my temp fix until I figured out how to get the control panel off and what to do.
two things---when you open the oven door do you see a button on the right or left side?if so thats a door switch and if its bad you will get no voltage to the element.the next thing is your hi limit is bad.this is a sensor that monitors the temp of the oven and if its bad you wont get any heat.some hi limits reset themselves others you have to manually reset them.let me know.
I hit the same F9 problem when trying to self-clean, except that the door was locked OPEN.
After much trial and error, I found the following fix: 1. Switch circuit breaker off. 2. Switch circuit breaker on. 3. Press Bake button. 4 Press the small/inside button which indicates that the oven door is closed.
The lock mechanism opened and the oven now works fine.
When foods are burned, soggy, or baked unevenly, it generally means heat isn't being distributed evenly throughout the oven, its escaping out the door or the controls are out of adjustment.
1) Remove any aluminum foil from racks or the bottom of the oven.
2) Check the door gasket and, if necessary, have it replaced.
3) Be sure nothing is obstructing the vent.
4) Reposition the oven racks so baking pans aren't too close to the heat sources.
5) Check your baking pans. If they're dark, they may be burning your food. Reduce temperature by 25 degrees F when baking in dark metal or glass pans.
6) Recalibrate the controls.