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Baking When getting ready to use the oven sometimes you have to turn the burner on top of the stove on slightly to get the oven to turn on. It goes into preheat mode and then u can turn the burner on top of the stove off. It will get to baking and maybe go ok for 5 minutes and then it will shut off. If you turn the knob on the burner on for the top of the stove it will turn the oven back on. during the course of 45 minutes of baking it may shut off 5 or 6 times. you have to constantly monitor it. Any info appriciated.

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I sounds like an issue with the pilot light. Our stove does the same. Sorry that's not much help

Posted on Jul 23, 2012

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SOURCE: Jenn-Air JES9860 burners and oven stopped working problem with display

sounds like you lost power to your stove. if you can't reset the clock, it needs to be replaced. in otherwords, the power outtage shorted out the clock.

have a technician replace it.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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SOURCE: Oven Burner turns off during preheat

Mike, I think your problem is in the ignitor itself. Turn the gas off and see how many amps it's drawing during the bake mode. It needs between 3.2 and 3.6 amps to keep that valve open. Then ohm out the temperature probe, appox 1132ohms at room temp. You can see if your electronic control will go into a quick test by pressing and holding the cancel and broil buttons together for 3 seconds. First kill the power to the range and power back up before entering. When quick test appears you can check the bake relay by pressing bake. The relay should activate and 1 should be displayed. Same thing for convection bake except the fan should run too. Catriver...post back.

Posted on Feb 25, 2007

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my automatic cleaning setting in my oven will not heat up. I set "clean" on both dials and put the lock on, the fan comes on but no heat. Is there a certain system to turning it all on and the timer so it will work?

Posted on Jun 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Burner switches got wet, sparked, daughter put baking soda on them, and two front burners won't light.

I also got too much liquid into control switch area & had sparks. Mine needed a new electronic ignition system. I purchased my range in Jan 06 and they are covering it under warranty now, Nov 08. To open the top, unscrew 2 small screws inside the front top oven. Then unscrew all 5 burners (10 screws). Then you should be able to open the lid about 12". Repairman propped mine open with a screwdriver while he worked under there.

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a Jenn-air electric

The answer your provided by email only confirmed what I suspected -- that the vent system was probably overheating and would cut out at a certain point.
Thank you for fast reply. I may have to get a pro to confirm this, as I'm an old lady with NO skills for taking stove apart and installing new vent motor.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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Ouch! Sorry about the Christmas dinner. I sounds as though the circuit breaker tripped.
First, find the circuit breaker panel.

1 Check to see if a breaker has tripped. These breakers are double sided because stoves are
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I hope this helps,
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