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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You do not need the clock I removed it and wired the oven direct.The wires are easy to get at when the front panel is removed. If you look at the manuals on line they will guide you with the correct wires to use
Same problem here on JKP15WOW1WW. The cycle starts like this:
1) Open circuit Breaker
2) Open oven panel and push ribbon connector to ERC. Replace planel.
3) Close circuit breaker
4) Run to oven, notice clock flashing some time but not 12:00 and start Bake. Bake button beeps and starts bake coil.
5) Within 5 minutes hear a beep and all buttons on panel are unresponsive. Bake continues. if oven light is on it continues to glow. Only button that responds with a beep (and not to clear bake or oven light) is Clear botton.
if you can reach inside the oven the fuse almost beside the power terminals usually like cylinderical shape and it has nominal values wroted on it , must be checked continuity at 1st by ohmmeter
Is the clock re-setting and flashing? Either the fan is failing and the oven is overheating, or the thermostat is faulty and the oven THINKS it is overheating. It is a fail-safe kicking in, momentarily cutting power to the oven to avoid lasting damage.
Set the time on the clock and the oven should be okay to go again, but if problem repeats, replace the fan and/or the thermostat - it is difficult even for an engineer with all his equipment to diagnose which of the two is at fault, but its about all there is to go wrong on a gas oven.
Top dial is Bake/Broil knob, it goes left to right. Starts with OFF @ 9 0-clock next is 100 dgre then @12 o-clock 180 Deg. is at top center next is 250 Deg. next 350 located opposite of off. Next @ 4 o-clock is 400 Deg. Next @ 5 o-clock is 450 Deg. and finally at the bottom at the 6 o-clock position is BROIL. The Center Knob is BAKE TIMER . Starts @ off position as 0, next @ 10 o-clock is 10-mins. Next @ 12 o-clock position is 20 mins. Next @ 2 o-clock pos. is 30 mins. Next @ 3 o-clock pos. is 40 mins. Next @ 5 o-clock pos. is 50 mins. Next and finial pos. is 60 mins. The Bottom knob is TOAST @ the 9 o-clock is is 0 next @ 11 o-clock pos. is Light , Next between the 12 & 1 o-clock pos. is MEDIUM and the final pos. @ 3 o-clock is DARK. TOAST.
i used the solution above worked great as i never used the clock anway . but instead of removing the whole hob i simply un screwed the front panel 5 scews. pulled the front panel out about an inch and used a pair of long nose pliers to remove the blue wires cliped them together. then just screwed the panel back took about 5 mins.
May be a little late, but...
1. Press Power Level button for approx 5 seconds - you get the 12 hour clock
2. Press again for 24 hour clock
3. Set hours using the 10 min and 1 min buttons
4. Press Power level button
5. Set minutes using the 10 min and 1 min buttons
6. Press Power level button
And you are done
turn of at mains, wait 5 mins and turn back on then consult your handbook to set clock. i suspect you have the oven on automatic by mistake.
if this don't work, you may have a problem with the clock itself. you can bypass the clock by connecting together the two contacts adjacent to the clock relay