20 Most Recent Jenn-Air JJW8530C Expressions Collection Dual Single Oven Questions & Answers


its just not that often the probe fails without setting a code

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jul 19, 2019


f7 is a shorted key-stuck function on control

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jan 27, 2014


I think that is a problem with the control assembly.

Try first unplugging power cord for ten minutes , and see if this clears the error message.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jan 27, 2014


I replaced the C3 capacitor on the circuit board and works fine. This was mentioned in a prior post and took 5 minutes and was under $5.00 for the part.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Apr 22, 2013


If you haven't already, replace the capacitors on the clock module. I had the same problem with a similar oven. See this link for more info:

http://www.badcaps.net/forum/showthread.php?t=7902

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Aug 24, 2012


When an oven doesn't maintain the set temperature, first make sure no one is allowing the heat to escape by opening its door. If not, the oven control either needs to be re-calibrated or replaced. To have the control replaced, call an appliance service person.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Apr 04, 2012


You need to replace the C3 capacitor on the control board

http://fixitnow.com/wp/2009/01/28/cheap-fix-for-a-dim-display-on-an-oven-control-panel/

You can replace only the C3 - it is 68uF / 35V and you can go to Radio Shack and get their part # 272-1028 - 100uF/35V one. It takes all but 10 minutes to re-solder the new one in place

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Dec 26, 2011


No or dim display? You can replace the clock at about $160.00, or Check for a burned capacitor on the clock board, The likely culprit is labeled C3 on the board, its a 35 Volt 68 mF capacitor that needs to be replaced with a high temp (105 degree C) capacitor . Any capacitor that shows signs of discoloration and or leakage should be replaced with the same value but high temp. component. You can use regular capacitors of near equal values in a pinch but find the good ones of the correct values for a long term fix.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Nov 06, 2011


For basic cleaning, use a non-abrasive cleanser or detergent and water. Clean the oven frame, oven door outside of the gasket and the gap in the gasket. (Don't clean the gasket.) With a damp sponge (with detergent if needed), wipe up any spills in the oven. (Sugary or acidic spillovers could damage the porcelain.) Wipe up any grease that spilled in the oven. Wipe the control panel with a damp cloth then dry. Clean the oven door with detergent and water. Clean the window or glass with detergent and water or glass cleaner. Use care to keep the water from seeping behind the window.

Next if you want to do a self-cleaning cycle. Remove the oven racks, the broiler pan and any other pans or items that are in the oven. Close the oven door. Press the Clean pad and then press Autoset(0) button to get the length of time to run the cleaning cycle. Press 2 or 4 to shorten or lengthen the cleaning cycle. After 5 seconds the door will lock and the cleaning cycle will begin. The door will remain locked until after the oven cools down (at least an hour after the cycle ends). Wipe up any white ash after the oven door unlocks. If you want the cleaning cycle to be delayed, press the Stop pad within 5 seconds of setting the length of the cleaning cycle. Use the number pads to set the time that you want the oven to end the cleaning cycle. (Make sure that it is later in the day with sufficient time to run the cleaning cycle.)

Most Jenn-Air manuals are available here: http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/product_literature/search.jsp?siteCd=JA_EN_US . The direct link to the manual for the JJW8530CAA is http://www.kitchenaid.ca/assets/pdfs/literature/JJW8527AAB.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Sep 11, 2011


Hello,

The F9-3 error code means that their is a problem self clean door lock system. Typically their is 2 switches that check the position of the door latch and even if it's open and not in self clean mode the switches are telling the computer the latch is closed. You should if fairly mechanically inclined be albe to find the latch behind the control panel and use the wiring diagram there and check those switches using a meter set to a low ohms setting and check for one switch being open (infinate ohms resistiance) and the other to be closed (zero ohms)

Good luck, i hope this helps

Gene

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jul 31, 2011

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