Howdy. I am looking for a wiring diagram for a model JHP63V*k1 range/dual oven combination. The issue I am having is getting shocked when any of the burners are on and you touch the oven. The oven is installed in a mobile home with a 4 wire connection, but it appears that the ground is connected to the neutral and the neutral is disconnected (at the stove). There appears to be a bridge between the ground and the neutral connection. Any ideas?
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Your Fan thermostat has failed, now the cooling fan will run forever trying to cool the broken part... Look for the thermostat in the wiring diagram that is with the oven, meter it for continuity, and if it fails, use the model number to order a new part from a local part store- your model number represents nothing here in America or I would tell you the part #! Range Stove Oven Thermostat 318578506
Disconnect power to range. If you have an ohm meter, you can check the burner coils for continuity from the wires at the switch. If not, open oven door, remove screws holding top. Lift up top and remove screws holding the set of burners in question and visually inspect the inner coil for a break in the burner coil.
This is a symptom of only having 120 VAC power to the oven. When your other element borke it is possible that it tripped only ONE Circuit Breaker. Try resetting the Range CB in the main power panel by physically pushing BOTH breakers to off and then back to on. Then test the range to see if it heats correctly. Let me know the result please.
Also if the problem persists respond with your model number so I can look up a wiring diagram.
There are so many different types of ovens and ranges that there are no free sites that offer anything that is worth while. If you take the back cover off of the control section of your range then you will find a very detailed wiring diagram that is specifically for your range. Hope this helps. Good luck.
You can try turning the circuit breaker off that feeds power to your oven ( in your house electrical panel) that might work. If it does not, unfortunately it might be indicating a need to replace the control board... good luck!
Hi Jeff. You should have a wiring diagram with the range. Check for an envelope on the back of the range, inside the back splash, or taped to the inside side wall of the range if you remove the lower drawer. That all being said, first check to see if the start or stop time knobs on the timer have been pushed in (and possibly turned). If the clock runs, it will clear this out within 12 hours, but on these old ranges often times the clock no longer runs. Make sure these knobs are turned until they have "popped" out or you won't get the necessary voltage where you need it. Secondly, when a bake element burns out, it can cause damage to the electrical contacts in the oven selector switch (part number WB22X5122 ) which can be tested with an ohm meter if you can find the electrical diagram. Also, the oven thermostat (part number WB21X5320 ) can be damaged in the same way. Unfortunately, these parts for these old units are not very cheap.
The little bit of heat you are getting in your oven now is most likely only from the 120 volts going to the broiler element when in Bake. During Bake, your bake element should get 240 volts (until thermostat is satisfied). Setting to Broil should give 240 to the broil element.
This model of cook top needs the 4 wire install because it has both 220v and 110v circuits. The forth wire is a neutral that operates the 110v circuit. You can move the ground of the 3 wire outlet to neutral, but ONLY! if the ground wire is insulated. What this will do is give you both your 220v and 110v circuits. The problem with that is your cook top will not be grounded. The best solution is to locate a neutral wire and tap into it, this will give you your 4 wire circuit. Your missing a neutral in a 3 wire outlet.