Question about Jenn-Air Kitchen Ranges
Please check the connections to the bake element. To check these connections, you'll need to disassemble the Oven. Remove the two screws connected to the back of the oven, you would find it hard to remove them, use a rachet and screwdriver both. Now, check the electronic display it is held in place with four screws which can be easily removed with a screwdriver. To replace the element, remove the oven racks, take out the two screws. Now disconnect the two wires, and check the resistance, it should be between 1200ohms-1500 ohms. If it is not then then you'll need to replace the element. Please check the picture below---
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Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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