Question about Jenn-Air JJW8230D Electric Double Oven
If you have already replace the sensor and it is getting 1100 ohms then the electronic control is bad and should be replaced. This occurs when a component goes bad in the electronic control board. Please let me know if you need more help.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
The problem is from the temperature sensor.
Open the oven and locate the temperature sensor in the upper left-hand corner of the back wall. The sensor is rod-shaped and approximately 6 inches long. Use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the two screws securing the temperature sensor. Gently unplug the small plug wiring the temperature sensor to the oven.
Set a volt-ohm meter to the Rx10 ohm scale and put one probe on each of the two metal terminals that the temperature sensor plugs into. A normal sensor should produce a reading of approximately 1100 ohms. If yours does not, purchase a replacement temperature sensor.You might need to replace the appropriate fuse to restore power to your oven.
Be sure that the sensor is well fitted into the oven..
follow theses steps to remove and fix it back properly.
Unplug the oven. Turn the gas line that is connected to the oven (if it has one) to the off position and remove the gas line from the unit.
Locate the temperature sensor inside the unit. It is usually toward the back of the unit and in the corner.
Remove the back panel of the oven by removing the screws with a screwdriver.
Find the wire that comes from the temperature sensor in the location where the sensor sits. Follow the wire until you find its source, then pull the connector for the wire out of the connector using a pair of pliers.
Remove the screws that hold the temperature sensor to the back of the oven and pull the temperature sensor out.
inspect the sensor for any kind of visible damage or tear
Feed the temperature sensor back through the hole and connect the wire to its connector.
Replace the back panel of the oven and plug the oven back in.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
Have you checked the MAIN electronic relay box/board normally located toward the right upper side of the unit where all of the relays are located,then on a Jenn-Air oven there will be a schematic diagram of the relay board and which board controls which fan,element,door lock,etc,then you can remove the offending relay and test or replace the relay,sometimes the main contacts "WELD" themselves together and won't let unit be controlled by the control panel because of this condition, if the relays are not soldered to the board,remove them by pulling straight up on them and upon removal,give them a sharp tap on the plastic case above the connectors and plug them back in and re try,sometimes they will let go,then just replace the relay in question........if this helps you in this repair,please rate this...thank you .........daniel
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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