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Jenn air self cleaning oven burns out control panel

This is my second jenn air range that the self cleaning cycle seems to burn out... blow out.... the control for the oven. the burners still work, but a fan is on constantly as if it is cooling down the oven. The oven will not come on... flips off to a buzzer sound then I try to turn it on. So I have just turned off the circuit breaker to the range.

Any ideas if this is a glitch in the jenn air self cleaning cycle and if there might be a company policy to make it good. I couldn't get any help from them on line or by phone, but wonder if this might just happen to enough other people that they might stand behind the repair costs.

And, if this has happened to you, is it an expensive repair, or something as simple as a "reset" adjustment. My first one could not be repaired, as it blew the whole stove when I used the self cleaner. Thank you.

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F1 is a bad power relay board.
F8 is a shorted meat probe alarm (probe jack or the harness to the probe jack)

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ja_question.gif Why are the oven indicator lights flashing? Answer: When power is first supplied to the appliance, a flashing time will appear on the display.
If a flashing time appears at any other time, a power failure has occurred. Press Cancel, and reset the clock if needed.
When the oven is not in use, the display shows the time of day.
If the indicator lights keep flashing after you have tried to reset the controls, then you may need to contact service person.

This is from the Jenn-Air website.

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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my automatic cleaning setting in my oven will not heat up. I set "clean" on both dials and put the lock on, the fan comes on but no heat. Is there a certain system to turning it all on and the timer so it will work?

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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my jen-Air has a problem with it continuing to beep. Ive tried to get it to stop by pushing all the buttons. When I pust the off/cancel button it just keeps beeping. Tried the stop timer button and same thing. When I turn on either the bake or convection bake button it automatically just shuts off by itself. It is approx 10-13 years old. HELP, or please tell me to get a new one.

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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The answer your provided by email only confirmed what I suspected -- that the vent system was probably overheating and would cut out at a certain point.
Thank you for fast reply. I may have to get a pro to confirm this, as I'm an old lady with NO skills for taking stove apart and installing new vent motor.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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