We have an older Jenn Air oven. Stove is counter top model.
We bummed the delay setting instead of the timer and now we
can not get the oven to come on. It says to push for manuel control. It has a timer knob. Then a start knob and then a stop knob with time. Can't find the book. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Re: Jenn Air Older Oven wall unit only
The first thing I would recommend to do is to reset the power. Turn off the breaker for the range for couple minutes and then turn it on. In the most cases it works. Set the time of the day and try to use the oven. If it would not solve the problem let me know.
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if your unit is switch position is the upper heating element is have convection? you cannot turn off the fan,but if your unit have separate option to choice the other option to oparate separately the upper heating element this one can be use.
The timer may think it is still in clean. The easiest way to try and fix this is to set another clean cycle and let it run all the way. Set it for the least amount of time that it will let you for example try a 15 minute clean cycle. Once it goes through it and turns off automatically it may release the lock, if not you will most likely need someone from service out.
If it's an older oven, forget about getting a new clock. Instead, have it removed (or do it yourself, mark wires and of course discontinue using oven) and try your local parts guy to see if he can send it away to have it rebiult. Best case scenario. Either that or have a technician "bypass" it for you.
i would pull unit out adn look for a bad thermostat on back wall wired inline from bake and broil elemnts, probably tripped during a clean cycle or something got to hot, common for oven to shut down because of bad safety thermo, yet stovetop function without interuption