Question about Jenn-Air JBR2088HES Stainless Steel Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

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Arghhh...Only 2years old and a bunch of room temp food!!

OK

#1 Light comes on
#2 Digital push button temp control dead - not lit up anymore
#3 No compressor, no fan, nada running
#4 Water works

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  • equifax Feb 05, 2008

    Since the LED board didnt light up I ordered a new one in hopes I could save a $100 svc tech fee. Searpartsdirect to deliver this Thurs so we'll see if that does it. In not my wifes gonna kill me for playing mr.fixit while she endures 3 igloo coolers scattered around the kitchen holding everything salvagable we found in our lukewarm fridge/freezer. Thanks!

  • equifax Feb 07, 2008

    Replaced the Jazz Board and still nothing!! Should have bought a $600 GE plain ole plain ole VS. this $2300 cabinet depth POS.

  • Peter Dolid
    Peter Dolid Feb 20, 2014

    Did you ever figure out what the problem was? Did you replace the HV board?

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Very simply it is the Jazz circuit board which is also the board with the digital lighting the control board. Any questions hit me up.Ed

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