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Electronic panel malfunction

Its an older model 30 gas range 4 burner with touch panel on top. well now the oven wants to turn on by itself and once it gets to 100 degrees it shuts off and gives us an F1 error message. is there a master reset or better yet a solution. we have just kept it unplugged and are still using the burners but oven needs electronic panel to work and once we plug her back in she starts all over with the oven at 350 degrees. help!

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A F1 code on Jenn Air refers to a failure in the ERC (electronic range control). There is not a fix for it other than replace the control.

It looks like the part is still around if your model starts with JGR8850 that is. The price of the part is around $300.00 so.... not sure if it would be worth putting that into this, your call

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