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Out of the blue our Jen-aire jdb1105aws doesn't want to power up. No lights, no cycles etc. Checked the plug etc and no tripped fuses. Any thoughts appreciated.

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If there is power present on the controller but not outputting to the circuits then it is possible toi have the controller faulty which can be getting error messages/fault messages from the sensor or a failure of the main board..

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The unit not powering on is an indication that it has a power fault.

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