I have an OLD Jenn-Air 88370 drop-in stove, likely the stove that was installed when home built... poor thing is falling apart, and the oven is too small to cook anything larger than a 9 lb turkey :) I have a new conventional electric stove that I want to replace with, however the Jenn-Air is hardwired (no outlet-- wired straight into wall) and the new one (obviously) has a 220 plug.
Any idea where to find a how-to on converting the hard wiring to a 220 3-prong outlet?
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Re: Jenn-Air 88370 drop-in stove, want to convert!
Your old jennair is 220 should be three or 4 wires in it red for 1 side of the 220 black for the other side of the 220 white for the bottom of the outlet and if green is there you can hook it with the white wire or just not use it let me know if your colors are different
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can't help you with the noise. The knobs should only go back on one way - look at the shaft that the knob goes on, and it should not be a perfect cirlce - one side is flat. The knob should be the same way. Match them up, and push the knob down.
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1. Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds. 2. Re-apply power and observe for at least one minute. 3. If code re-appears, replace control board (also called ERC or clock).
To remove the control panel, open the oven door wide as possible. Remove the screws from the top of the CP and the screws from the bottom of the CP. Grasp the CP bu placing hands on the right and left sides of the panel, pull out and down to disengage. Depending on manufacture run you might need to lift up and out to diengage. Have a cloth on the oven rack to lay the control on so you won't scratch the pretty facing. Once that is done you have easy access. Wear some rubber gloves doctor, this prevents harm to the electronics. Static discharge is a no no around expensive electronics. You can do this. Take your time. Piece of cake. You will be able to check high limit cooling fan door latch and motors 9if applicable on your model) cool ain't it?
Yes, there should be a Z shaped clip in the center of the element's supporting crossbar at the front of the oven. There is 1 screw that goes into the roof of the oven. The clip and screw don't seem to have a part number independently from the broil element. The best resolution depends a bit on your circumstances. If the Z shaped clip is still screwed to the roof, just unscrew it, push the elemet up and attach. If the clip is missing, you can buy a new element for $75 or so, you can ask if the local appliance repair people have anything left over, or you can make one from almost a scrap of anything made of sheet steel. If you have to buy something from the harware store, a steel outlet box cover plate is inexpensive and it already has a screw hole, just cut and bend it. You'll need an appropriate (very short, 1/2") pan head #8 or #6 sheet metal screw from any harware store. I don't reall which, but they're only 5 cents, buy one of each..