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If you have connected correctly and the ribbon cable is also fine then it seems that the touch pad is bad and should be replaced. Hope this helps...please post back for further assistance.

Daniel

Jenn-Air Ovens | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


CALL A REPAIR SERVICE LOCALLY WE COULD NEVER GUESS AT WHAT WENT WRONG WHEN NOT BEING USED FOR YEARS CORROSION HAPPENS

Jenn-Air Ovens | Answered on Apr 13, 2019


FR Second oven error sensed

The unit never detected a sufficient rise in temperature in the second oven.

Jenn-Air Ovens | Answered on Jan 24, 2019


wet shorted circuits

Jenn-Air Ovens | Answered on Dec 18, 2018


Request the manual directly from JennAir

Jenn-Air Ovens | Answered on Nov 13, 2018


put dynamite in container. if it blows up, too bad

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Oct 07, 2018


lendebr is right...
Same problem here on combo microwave and convection oven. The hinges are a horribly wimpy design. Jenn air has a replacement part thats helps..but the replacment hinges will do the same thing in very short order. 1 month after I fixed ours my sister in law opened the oven door and let go of the door when it was about 2/3 open and that was all it took to tweak the new hinges so the door doesnt close all the way again. i should have clued in when the girl at Jenn air sent me three sets of replacement hinges. I thought it was a mistake..turns out she knew it wasnt going to fix it permanently.
The moral is that Jenn air appliances are POS and I will not ever buy anything from the again..But I will tell everyone I possibly can not to buy anything from them.

Jenn-Air 27 in.... | Answered on Jul 09, 2018


Hello & Welcome to FixYa
F7 error code is displayed when the clock assembly/electronic oven control (ERC) goes bad and needs replacement. Please get back to me if you have any other questions.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jul 08, 2018


We've had a Jenn-Air wall oven & microwave, Model #JMW9530DAS for 9 years. We never had any problems with it except for the irritating dust that collects between the oven glass. After returning from a 10 day vacation, we got a 1c2c error code when pressing "Bake." The oven worked fine before we left so we were baffled. We tried other settings like "Broil" "Convect" to no avail. It kept telling us to call for assistance. We tried shutting off the power to the unit for a few minutes but got the same 1c2c error again. So we called a local appliance repair shop (associated to the appliance store we purchased the unit from) and paid a fee to have him assess the problem. He really couldn't pinpoint the problem but suggested it "could be the membrane or the controller." And, to top that, he said Jenn-Air stopped making the membrane but they are going to start making them again and we could get one in 6-8 months at a cost of $500. So now we were looking at a $300 controller & possible $500 membrane....plus labor. We were so frustrated that we decided to tackle the problem ourselves before going out and buying a new oven. We shut the power off and tried pulling the oven out of the wall. Too heavy. After about 20 minutes of the power off, we turned it back on and decided to use the "SetUp" feature as if we were using the oven for the first time, following the directions in the instruction manual. We stepped through the process (clock, auto convect, language, C/F, etc...) then pressed the "Convect" button (instead of "Bake") and voila! It worked! After the Convection Bake Preheat worked successfully, we pressed "Bake" and it worked, too. We just saved ourselves over a thousand dollars as we were going to get rid of the piece of junk. So, before you give up, try turning the power off for a half hour & use the SetUp key and walk through the process.

Jenn-Air 27 in.... | Answered on Jun 21, 2018


whenever you set an oven it always starts at 100,if that's an electric oven most likely the bake element is bad and the broil element is just working and heating up the oven,when you set the oven to bake both the broil and bake elements get hot.if it's gas most likely a bad ignitor,send the model number if you write back,also if that's an electric oven make sure you flip the breaker so there's no power going to the oven before you try to remove the element,i see people try to remove the element with the power still on and when they pull out the element the wires touch the metal and bang they short out the clock assy.kill the power,remove the two screws that hold the element in place or if this isn't a wall oven slide out the oven,unplug it,remove the back wall and with a meter read out the element,remove at least one of the wires first and then check it,very simple set your meter to 20k,ohms touch the leads to the element where the wires connect to it,if you see a 1 the element is bad or open,if you see anything else but 1 the element is good or closed,hope this helps you out

Jenn-Air Ovens | Answered on May 26, 2018

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