Need to replace blower motor. I have removed a plate at the back inside of oven. The shaft on the motor is sticking through some insulation. The hole opening is about 5-6 inches. How do I get to the motor from here
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Re: Jen-air convection oven blower Model # WW2750
From the inside you will find the fan. This will have 1 set screw or 2 set screws on the inside of the shaft housing.If you can remove the fan the motor will be on the backside of the oven mounted outside the cooking box.
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It generally is the IR Element that has gone bad. Look for burned wiring where the IR Element enters the oven cavity. Check for continuity through the IR Element.
1. Check that the blower motor is moving air. o Blower motor is not moving air: Check blower motor assembly and verify motor is stalled. Unplug oven and correct obstruction or replace motor. (For access to motor shaft, remove top panel.) o Blower motor is moving air: Verify high-limit thermostat is not tripped. See the high-limit thermostat information below. High-Limit Thermostat: o Thermostat tripped: Reset and determine why the thermostat tripped (See Figure 38, Item 114). Look for excess build up of grease inside the oven or any other source for a fire. o Thermostat is not tripped: Check main convection heater.
1. Convection heater is defective: Unplug oven and replace the convection heater and verify the K4 SSR (Figure 37) is not shorted across output.
2. Convection heater OK: Check the K4 SSR. o K4 defective: Unplug oven and replace. o K4 OK: Unplug oven and verify all wiring. Verify P1 voltage on I/O board is 5.0VDC (+/- 0.02) -
your model should be a jjw9527AAW.... usually when that clock assembly goes dim u must replace that clock ... for your model it is a part number #71003424.. that clock on sears.com is for sale at $186.06.. call around or shop around for a bettter price remeber shipping charges through sears though and prob take longer to get ahh nevermind ur call...ohh yea kill the power before servicing or call for service... hope this helps take care
There is a blower on the top of the oven, which turns on when the oven is hot enough. If the warm/hot air is coming out from top vent corners - this is the blower working. Even if you turn the oven off at that moment, the blower will still work until the oven cools down. This is normal.
You said, In the microwave mode - immediate clicking noise at start up. Oven, Convect modes work
Oh there are many things to check here. 1.look at the wheel base turning the plate that rotates your food for crumbs or sticking pieces of food. 2.check that the wheels are not worn down. 3.There can be a problem in the bearing, or linkage, or motor that spins the plate! Do you get a error code? How old is it ?