Question about Jenn-Air Kitchen Ranges
We replaced the clock on our Jenn Ari model SVD48600W and when we had it all back together the key pad on the control panel on the left side none of those touch pad buttons worked, bake, broil, convection, or clean. THe fan works and the timer, etc ont the right side of the control panel. Do we need to replace the entire control panel?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need a new control board. I bought similar range in 2004 and I just got my 3rd control board. Heating the oven over 400 degrees and using the self-clean function kills the board.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
It would appear that the electric ignitor isn't functioning as it should and might need to be replaced.
You can remove the oven racks and the bottom oven floor to observe the ignitor. now turn the oven on and see if the ignitor glows, if not, the ignitor is faulty and needs to be replaced.
You can enter in your full model number at the following site and get the replacement part number (and price). If you're going to do the repair yourself, be sure to turn off the power or unplug the range from the power outlet before doing any work on it.
You'll need to pull the oven out so you can get at the backside panel where the electrical connections are located. There is also a screw on the inside of the oven that holds the lower iginitor in place. Simply remove and replace the faulty one with the new one and you should be fine.
If you want to confirm that the ignitor is the only issue, you can swap out the broiler ignitor with the oven (lower) ignitor, as they should be the same part for your range. If you swap them and the oven doesn't ignite, then the faulty part is probably either thermocouple that tells the gas inlet valve control, which lets gas enter into the oven. The thermocouple which tells the gas valve to open, once the ignitor has reached the proper temperature, so if the thermocouple isn't working, the gas valve won't open.
Here's a link that you can enter in your model number and get the parts list and a line drawing for your range. I think you're missing a few letters or numbers in your model#.
My bet is on the ignitor as the faulty part, but the swap test will confirm that, and if the swap doesn't work, then the thermocouple is bad.
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Posted on Sep 10, 2009
SOURCE: Oven will not heat
Heating elements are protected by a fusable link that is a one time fuse that is meant to protect the stove from overheating. It sounds like the elements need to be replaced
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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