Question about Jenn-Air Electric Double Oven
These errors generally mean the control board has failed in one or
more ways. F1 is by far the most prevalent. When this happens you need
to replace the control board. You may be able to buy a new board or
have us (www.fixyourboard.com)
repair it (particularly useful if the board has been discontinued by
the manufacturer). We have many DIYers who remove their control board
and send it in for repair.
On some models it is possible that F1 could also be caused by a keypad problem. In this case it will specify in the tech sheet to power down the oven, disconnect the keypad then power the oven back on, wait for a few minutes to see if the error reappears. If the error reappears it is definitely the control board. If not, it is probably the keypad but be aware that F1 usually starts out as being an intermittent fault, then gets more prevalent with time.
In the Jennair case you need to send the clock, relay board (2 for double oven) and connecting cable that hooks them together. All 3 (4) have potential F1 failure sources.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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