Our Jenn-Air SVE47100 has functioned flawlessly since purchase and install in 1996. This past weekend, the oven failed to heat above 270 deg - or maybe I didn't wait long enough (45 minutes). Either way, it's no longer working as it used to. I hear a sequence of clicks when I'd expect the element to heat; 2 clicks about 1 second apart, then about a 5 second delay, followed by 2 more clicks. I'm guessing what little heating is occuring is happening between the clicks.
Electrically, the 2 breakers are ganged, and both appear to be OK - haven't checked them electrically, only visually. Broiler functions correctly, so I'm guessing I have 220V where it's supposed to be.
Can't say for sure (haven't tried in last couple of days), but I think burner/grill elements still function OK. Same for downdraft fan.
No error codes displayed, main controls all appear OK.
Any help or ideas would be appreciated.
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HI. This is concerning the relay board that is installed in your unit. I would recommend to inspect the entire wiring harness that is linking the relay board to the elements, and other power component's. If the harness is ok, and connected tightly, and correctly, this will confirm that the relay board has failed. It must be replaced in the case. Be sure to inspect all wiring harness connections for corrosion before you replace the board. This could be as simple as a failed connection.
Obviously it does not work fine. The thermostat sensor or the stat itself could be an issue. Can you see the sensor 'bulb'? Clean it with oven degreaser and steelwool. What is the temp in the oven with a 'oven thermometer'? Is this consistent with the oven readout?
On this model there is a blower fan or cooling fan located between the cooktop and the oven. When oven temps reach @ 550 deg this fan should turn on to keep the controls cool. If it did not come on, you may have a bad fan thermostat or a bad fan. What happened is the control overheated and shut down on you.