Question about Jenn-Air JGS8750 Gas Kitchen Range
I too had the error code of F1 coming up on my Jenn Air stove - managed to get another year out of it - until now. The circuit board has been beeping so much that I removed it from the stove all togehter. Having done that I noticed a burn mark on the plastic around the display - wondering if heat from the stove over time caused this problem? Anyway - now it's a question of getting a whole new stove for $2,000.00 or paying $200.00 for another circuit board and not knowing if that will work or for how long. Doesn't look promising from what I read on the net. Any suggestions?
Unfortunately whit the technical comes technical problems. Circuit boards are repeated problem in my profession. Replacing the circuit board will fix the oven, but also inspect the door gasket to insure a tight fit. Depending on the age and condition of the oven you may consider replacement.
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
Heat and moisture (steam) kills the electronics in any control. but if the mark are on a circuit then there was a short in a circuit. I would check the series if your stove( first two numbers in the serial number)if it is a early series. for sure that they have make improvements in the control. And a Replacement controls will have all the improvement and revisions. good luck and let me know what you do..kraztech
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
This model has no heat shield to effectively protectI the control board and as far as I can recall I believe there is no fan to exhaust the heat out but just uses a convection way of eliminating excess heat. I know someone who bought a second board but only after only a litlle over a year it went again with the problem. It's time to buy a new one.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
replace the entire range: Jennair does not know how to design, make, or program electronics. It makes steel boxes that provide heat but electronics - that's not within their ability. Buy a Kenmore or a GE and your beeping problem will go away.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
An F-1 error code on your model means the element was energized when it should not have been, A shorted interconnect harness or failed power relay board.
A probe indication could be a failed meat probe jack or bad harness in a unit that has one. In a unit without a meat probe, suspect a bad board.
Both conditions would warrant bringing in a tech.
Before you do, turn off the circuit breaker fot 3 miutes and turn it back on. This will reboot the boards. If problem persists, the call a service tech.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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