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Jenn-Air model JJW9527: The illumination for the clock, temp, timer, etc., is not functioning. munro@merricksoffice.com

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  • munro149 Oct 04, 2010

    How do you even get to the clock?

  • munro149 Oct 06, 2010

    Assuming you can review what I was previously advised, there areno screws on the top. There are screws on the underside. I am not convinced he was familiar with this model.

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The display is a chip on the control board. Make sure the connector to the control board is tight, and if it's dirty, clean it with electrical contact cleaner. If you're handy with a voltmeter, you might be able to figure out a bad component on the board, cracked solder traces, etc., but otherwise, you will have to replace it.
Here's a site with diagrams and parts lists for your model. Pick your model out (they have many variations- probably color, etc.):
http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/modelsearch.aspx?model=JJW9527
On the diagram I looked at, it was part number 3 on the control panel.
Good luck, and hope this helps.

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First you need to check the wire multi plug on the display of the clock is well secure not loose or else. If everything is ok then the complete display clock control since they are all one unit need to be replaced.

Here in this link you can see all the parts layout bu also you can find the code of the clock and you can also order it if you like.
http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=46557&diagram_id=656817#d656817

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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    First we would advice to proceed to replace the control-clock if you have at least some background in similar procedures. We mention this since we believe by the parts layout diagrams are very helpful to do this kind of jobs.

    Now get to the point. Just have a closer look to the link we have send you in the previous note. In this you will see how the electronic control is and you need to remove the panel control assembly - on the top, by removing the screws on the top, after you remove the panel control assembly.

    Now before proceeding, we advice to take a photo how the wires and the electronic control is located just for reference if you forget anything later.

    This is the time to remove the secure screw of the control and the wire plugs. Fit the new control and follow the reverse order for assemble back all wires and parts.

    First we would advice to proceed to replace the control-clock if you have at least some background in similar procedures. We mention this since we believe by the parts layout diagrams are very helpful to do this kind of jobs.

    Now get to the point. Just have a closer look to the link we have send you in the previous note. In this you will see how the electronic control is and you need to remove the panel control assembly - on the top, by removing the screws on the top, after you remove the panel control assembly.

    Now before proceeding, we advice to take a photo how the wires and the electronic control is located just for reference if you forget anything later.

    This is the time to remove the secure screw of the control and the wire plugs. Fit the new control and follow the reverse order for assemble back all wires and parts.

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