Since Dec. 2003 we have had 3 relay boards replaced, We are wondering if this part has always been defective since our purchase . As of today we have spent $1340.40 for parts and labour. Is there any way we can recoupe our last cost of for the board $293.48 the previous board was installed l6 months...we have in touch with WHIRPOOL without any satisfaction
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Re: RELAY BOARD JENNAIR RANGE 1200/693
Yes check your warrenty i think that bd is under a five year warrenty so the installer if he is an authourized service tech for jen air or whirlpool should not have charged you for the part and any new part you bought should have came with a full year warrenty call cust relations not cust service at whirlpool as they are not the same branch
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Hello. The E2 F3 error indicates a high temperature condition. From what you're describing though, the main oven control board is malfunctioning. This board has relays on it that turn on the bake or broil elements. Sometimes, these relays can either become shorted or stick--causing whatever they control to stay on improperly. If I had the model number of your range, I could provide you with the part number for the control board, relay power board(if present on your model oven) and oven sensor if needed. Normally, at room temperature, the oven sensor will have approximately 1100 ohms of electrical resistance, +/- 10%. Remember, always remove power from the range before checking anything.There are only 2 things in an oven that control temperature--the main board and the oven sensor, which is connected to the main board by 2 wires. You will have to remove the back panel of the oven, locate the wires coming from the sensor and disconnect the connector joining the sensor to the board. Put an ohmmeter across the 2 leads of the sensor and take a reading. If the reading is near 1100, then the sensor is good--you can't check the main board. Important note: if your oven is more sophisticated, it might have another circuit board called a "relay power board", which might be causing the problem. The relay power board is just what it sounds like--a circuit board that has a bunch of relays on it that turn on/off everything--stove top elements and oven features. They are notorious for malfunctioning. The oven control board simply tells the relay board which relay to activate/de-activate. I hope I helped you!
most likely the relay board.it's a common problem with this range.most repairs are just replacing the relay board (~ $225 part).getting to the relay board isn't easy, by doable by removing the burners, top plate (special tool for burner rings), insulation, another plate(s) with a lot of screws, right two burner lines, then another small access plate.make sure to mark where the wires go, and of course power off. either a relay goes out or a solider joint pops loose.if you have time, i'll would remove the board and inspect the joints (look for the relay with the wire marked "ba").its goes to the lower heating element.if you see a bad joint, then re-solider it and try the board.(this worked for me).if it looks good, then look for a burnt relay (or you can test it with 24v).
You have an error between the control board and electronic oven control. 1. Test the harness and connections from EOC connector P16 to Oven Relay Board J2. 2. Replace the Oven Relay Board. 3. Replace the EOC.
I had the same problem with my LG front left burnr.
Look at the back of your range there should be schemetic for your power control board. look for defective burner wire going into relay. There should be 5 relays in rows. Relay is the problem. I had the same problem with my front left burner stuck on high. After replacing relay everything works fine.
Hello there This a common problem with these
safety circuit on power relay board sensed
relay boardok I would contsact the nearest appliance parts repair center to see if this can be replaced and how much it would cost and mayby you can do it yourself it would save you a lot of money ok? hope this is very helpful for you Best regards Michael
Maytag / MAYCOR / Magic Chef / Jennair / Admiral Oven Fault Codes Display Condition Remedy F0 Function key shorted or stuck button Clean and unstick button or replace Touch Pad or Clock F1 Defective Touch Pad or Membrane Replace Touch Pad or Membrane F2 Oven over heat defective Relay Board or (if present) or defective Sensor F3 Oven Sensor Open Replace Sensor F4 Shorted wire or Sensor locate short and correct it or replace Sensor F5 Hardware, safety circuits disagree Replace Clock F6 Missing AC (power) signal Check for proper voltage (plug, breaker, etc.) F7 Function key shorted or stuck button Clean and unstick button or replace Touch Pad or Clock F8 A/D Warning Replace Clock F9 Door Lock Warning Check door lock circuit or Replace Clock
replace the entire range: Jennair does not know how to design, make, or program electronics. It makes steel boxes that provide heat but electronics - that's not within their ability. Buy a Kenmore or a GE and your beeping problem will go away.