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the oven sensor could be bad,its a small rod inside the oven cavity near the top,or you could have a bake element with a "hot-spot" in it that can no longer pass enough current to properly heat the oven to the correct temperature setting(most elements with a hot spot will show a discolored area on the element where its been overly hot)this is the "hot-spot" it will soon break apart there
Turn off the power to the oven. Remove the racks. Remove the BAKE element screws and carefully pull the element out. Remove the wires from the element,being careful not to let the wires fall back into the oven cavity. Use a volt meter set for continuity and touch the meter leads to the element terminals. No reading is a bad element. Replace the element. If you do get a reading,the electronic control is bad.
jenn air usually hides the model number good lol
if you open the door on the outer face of the oven might be a little grill where you can see inside and your model might be in there or it might be around the warming drawer if you have one
you need just a regular appliance 20v light bulb you can get at home depot or hARDWARE STORE
if you open the door on the back wall on the left or right upper hand side there is a glass bulb looking object , the material is thick glass/ plastic that just screws off lefty loosy right tighty
once that is off you have access to the light bulb
if there is a little wire in front of the thick glass/plastic object just pull it up or down dont unhook it or break it off
you either have a bent door hinge or a broken door spring. check the hinges by opening the door and see if it opens past 90 degrees. if it leans towards the floor then the hinges are bent. if not then your door springs are broken off. you can check this by seeing if the door "feels" heavy when opening. either way the door should close tight against the frame when up and the light should not come on without opening the door.