I disconnet the front panel to see what was wrong with my clock. i was not thinking and disconnet with power on. my oven light was on for about 5 min then fade out . i tried to plug it back up and no power to oven. i am geting power from fuse box but front panel wont light up. please help.
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sounds like the power outtage fried the clock. unfortunately, none of today's ovens come with a UPS (uninterruptible power supply), sort of like a power box for your computer. if he power goes out, it'll fry the electronics, including the clock.
have a technician come out and test the clock to see if there is power going to it and what voltage is coming out of it. i would suggest replacing the clock.
my jen-Air has a problem with it continuing to beep. Ive tried to get it to stop by pushing all the buttons. When I pust the off/cancel button it just keeps beeping. Tried the stop timer button and same thing. When I turn on either the bake or convection bake button it automatically just shuts off by itself. It is approx 10-13 years old. HELP, or please tell me to get a new one.
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