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I need to replace the seal AND the inner door glass on my Jenn-Air sve47600 range. Haven't found anything online that helps with the glass replacement. Another question: above the oven door (and below the range's touch pad/control pad), the paint has peeled away I guess because of heat. I also did a short self-cleaning cycle and the range door handle was so hot, I couldn't hold on to it. What's wrong?! (Hence, how I broke the inner glass--dropped a cold dish cloth on it. Yikes!, cracked the glass.). Many thanks, Marnie Thanks

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  • marniebl May 29, 2011

    Thanks for the info, Kevin. Will probably have to have a repairman check the temp senor as I don't have a clue where it is. I already found the "range oven glass door replacement" on You-Tube, but it's for a different door (ie not a Jenn-Air), especially the hinges. My hinges do not have the clip, and cannot simply pull up on the door to release it either. Can you tell me how to remove the door from the frame on the Jenn-air? I also tried to find a service manual for this oven, but couldn't (probably because it's so old.) Know where I can get one?

  • marniebl May 29, 2011

    I believe I just posted a comment regarding your answer, but I don't see it now. Because I can't, will try to recreate what I said.

    Thanks for your answer re excessive heat. Will probably have to check w/ a serviceman as I don't have a clue where any of that is on the range.

    RE replacing the glass in the oven door. I already found that video on You-tube. Problem is, the video shows a completely different door and hinges. My Jenn-Air does not have the clip hinges, nor can I just pull up on the door to remove it from the range body. Do you have info on how to remove the door on my model (SVE47600)-- hinges are nothing like those in the video. Have been totally unsuccessful in locating a service manual for this range (probably because it's so old). Do you have suggestions as to where I might find one?

    Thanks.

  • marniebl May 30, 2011

    It's a Jenn-Air SVE47600 (white, convection)

  • marniebl Jun 05, 2011

    You didn't get back w/ me as promised, so I'm assuming you weren't able to check the repair manual?

  • marniebl Jun 06, 2011

    Thanks, but unfortunately this is what I get when I click on the repair manual link (underlined above in your email):

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The heating issue can be caused by the oven temp sensor that is bad and needs replacement. If you wan to be sure before replacing the sensor then you can test it with a voltmeter for around 1100ohms....if it reads more then this then it needs replacement. You can view this video for glass replacement:


Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

Kevin

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    Kevin White May 29, 2011

    Please get back to me with its model#

  • Kevin White
    Kevin White May 30, 2011

    will check repair manual and get back to you tomorrow

  • Kevin White
    Kevin White Jun 05, 2011

    Sorry about late response....this is the repair manual for your unit.

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