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Jenn-Air Wall Oven up controls don't work

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The  "up" arrow contolls on my Jenn-Air wall oven do not work for any of the functions.  They only go down when pressed.  As a result, I can only set my oven temperature to 350 degrees or lower as that is the default temperature when starting.  The clock works the same way.   To re-set the clock time I have to go backwards to get to the correct time.

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  • KimberlySue Sep 25, 2008

    I have Jenn Air Model #JES8850AAQ and the control panel for the oven doesnt work. You can only use the default 350 degrees the oven. Only buttons 1, 2, and 3 work. You cant set the clock. The only button that works is bake and broil.

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You have a touch pad issue, whats the model and serial ill look up the part for you, sometimes you can just get the key pad, sometimes comes sa a whole console or as part of the electronic control itself.

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