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I have a JennAir Model D156 that I recently replaced the bake element. When this element went out it also tripped the breaker. When turning on the oven, the display states that it is pre heating, but does not. Is there any other elements that could have blown at the same time, if so, which one(s) and how to test if these are good or not?

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  • gnorthcu Jan 03, 2011

    I have ordered an oven temperature sensor and am currently waiting on the delivery of this part.



    I will let you know as soon as I replace this part



    Thank you for the follow up.

  • gnorthcu Jan 04, 2011

    OK thank you

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Hi

The issue seems to be with the oven temperature sensor that has blown same time with the element and should be replaced. However, before replacing it you can test it for 1100ohms and replace if it reads more than 1100ohms. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.

Daniel

Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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    Daniel Scott Jan 04, 2011

    Hi

    Check the sensor when it arrives for 1100 ohms with multimeter before you install it. Let me know if you need more information.



    Daniel

  • Daniel Scott
    Daniel Scott Jan 07, 2011

    Alright

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