Question about Ovens
The replacement clock is no longer avaliable from Jenn Air however in my appliance repair career i run across many still in the field and have included a link for this place in Ohio that will rebuild it and send it back to you. What you would need to do or have a company come and do is remove the clock and ship it to them.Their is a curcuit in the clock that ties into the oven and its very probable that the oven not working is related to teh clock. http://www.appliancetimers.com/index.php?page=db_timer_page&Timer_id=7052&Manufacturer=Jenn-Air&Appliance=Range-Stove-Oven&Model=712024 this is their link contact them and see if they can rebuild yours. If you, or even a repair company remove it to be shipped off to rebuild, take time and make a drawing of where the wires on it go so they can be reinstalled properly once its back to you freshly rebuilt.Also be sure to insulate all the wires taken off since some will be live and if come in contact with metal without proper insulation they could short out something else.
Posted on Aug 11, 2011
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