About two years ago, we had a major power surge run into our house, which made the display/clock on our Jenn-Air gas oven go out, among other appliances in our house. Is it possible to get this back? If so, how? The oven itself works great, but it would sure be nice to have the display/clock back. Thanks SO much for your help!!!!!
I have a Jenn-air Model # JGW8130DDB (30" gas wall oven). It is brand new, never installed, but has been in storage 2-3 years. When plugged in, I get no power to the oven (no panel, no light, etc.). Breakers and outlet have been checked. Could there be an internal circuit breaker? Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Jenn-Air Gas Range SEG196 NO CLOCK/DISPLAY
THE ONLY SOLUTION FOR THE BAD DISPLAY IS TO REPLACE THE CLOCK. I HAVE A JENN AIR OVEN TODAY AS A WORK ORDER TO REPLACE THE CLOCK FOR A FAILED DISPLAY.
FOR THE JGW8130DDB WITH NO POWER ANYWHERE, IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE A SUPPLY PROBLEM. MAKE SURE THE WIRING IS HOOKED UP WITH THE RED AND WHITE WIRES RECEIVING 240 VOLTS AND THE WHITE WIRE ATTACHED TO NEUTRAL / GROUND.IF THE OVEN HAS A BARE COPPER WIRE AND THE HOUSEHOLD WIRING ONLY HAS THREE WIRES, COMBINE THE WHITE WIRE AND THE COPPER WIRE TOGETHER AND ATTACH TO THE HOUSEHOLD NEUTRAL / GROUND .
UNLESS YOU ARE SURE ABOUT THE HOOKUP IN THE BREAKER/FUSE BOX, DO NOT GO SIMPLY BY THE COLOR OF THE WIRES.
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The control boards in your appliance may have failed. There is a display board, part number 71001799 and relay board part number 12001693. Commonly we see transformers on these relay boards fail with power surges. Luckily, we do test and repair these parts. Remanufacturing these controls will save you the high cost of buying new, and each rebuild will come with a 2 year warranty-- which is three times longer than new. Email me if you have any questions! [email protected]
The F3 means there is something wrong in the sensor circuit, sensor/wiring/clock.
Shorted or open oven temperature sensor (RTD):
Solution: Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok.
I'd be on the hunt for a burned fuse I could replace, on those two circuit panels. If no fuse(s) can be found, I would be sad to think the circuit board itself got fried, and new ones can be goofy expensive, so here's to you finding a burned fuse!!
What you need to check is for power at the clock.TURN OFF BREAKER gain access to clock and use volt meter. One the clock will be wires maked L1 & N on those 2 wires when breaker is turned back on their should be 120 vac. IF 120 vac at those 2 wires,replace the clock, if not 120 vac into clock check for burnt/broken wires