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Jenn-Air... | Answered on Oct 09, 2008


HI thanks for your question. A common problem with gas ovens is that the oven will not get hot enough. and the part that's at fault is the ig niter. replace the ig niter. thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer. thanks.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Oct 09, 2008


HI thanks for your question. F1 means that the touch pad is faulty. it says to replace the touch pad. thanks .please rate my answer thanks.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Oct 09, 2008


HI thanks for your question. the code F 4 means an open temp sensor. which is located in the oven , top left corner. replace the oven sensor. thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer. thanks

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Oct 09, 2008


This model of cook top needs the 4 wire install because it has both 220v and 110v circuits. The forth wire is a neutral that operates the 110v circuit. You can move the ground of the 3 wire outlet to neutral, but ONLY! if the ground wire is insulated. What this will do is give you both your 220v and 110v circuits. The problem with that is your cook top will not be grounded. The best solution is to locate a neutral wire and tap into it, this will give you your 4 wire circuit. Your missing a neutral in a 3 wire outlet.


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Jenn-Air... | Answered on Sep 24, 2008


Means replace the $300 control board. And if your like me.....do it twice within 12 months.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Aug 05, 2008


I was able to fix my problem by pushing the setup button and holding for about 10 sec.No where in the manual is this described. I call Jenn air and all they could suggest is that I checked the power supply!

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jul 17, 2008


I had a simular problem looking for an older model for my mother. You might want to try this web-site address I found. http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/product_literature/search_results.jsp?searchTerm=JJW8530C&siteCd=JA_EN_US I hope it helps.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jun 22, 2008


no adjustments hinges are mounted inside door panel right?check to make sure theres no damage to inner door panel

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jun 13, 2008


then you will have to replace the eoc the electronic oven control as long as it was working id use it till it wasnt then replace it

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Feb 22, 2008


you have to turn the breaker off then pull the oven out from the wall till you can get the top off the motor is at the front you will see how it goes

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jan 30, 2008


Get a long thin flat blade screwdriver. Gently pull the probe with one hand and press on the back side of the probe connector with the screwdriver until you feel no slack in the wires. Don't pull too hard! Rotate the blade of the screwdriver until the connector lines up with the opening and puill it through. Works for installing the new one too.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Jan 08, 2008


did you try turning breaker off then on after 5 secs or clear cancel or stop

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Dec 29, 2007


Spencer...I hope you did this with the power off! First, disconnect all connections and reconnect them. You may have forced a connector. Likely the board is blown...the display and microprocessor are closely connected.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Dec 07, 2007


theres no fuse. the display needs to be replaced. this is a common problem on maytag and jenn-air ovens

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Dec 01, 2007


I had the same problem. I went to the manual and it is very easy to fix. The oven control lockout was somehow set. To cnacel it just press the Cook Time and the Stop Time buttons at the same time for 4 seconds. The "off' will appear briefly and then disappear. It worked for me. Good Luck!

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Nov 22, 2007


The solution to this problem depends on whether the oven is electric or gas. Electric oven. If your electric oven's bake or broil element isn't working properly, either it isn't receiving electric power or the element or the oven control may need to be replaced. In many cases, the wiring to the elements can be burnt or broken. 1) Be sure the controls are set on the proper setting. 2) Be sure the stove is plugged in and/or check the circuit breaker or fuse that serves that circuit. 3) Call an appliance repairperson or replace the element yourself as follows. 4) Unplug the oven and let any hot parts cool. 5) Unscrew the mounting screws that secure the element bracket to the oven and pull out the element far enough to access its terminals. Note which wires are attached to each of the terminals, then disconnect the wires (pull off the wire clips or unscrew the wires). 6) Take the element to a parts dealer, along with your oven's model and serial number, and buy a replacement (preferably the manufacturer's suggested replacement part). 7) Reverse the process to reinstall. Gas oven. When a gas oven doesn't get hot, it generally means that it isn't receiving gas, the gas valve isn't distributing gas to the oven burner, or the ignition system -- either an electronic ignition or pilot light -- isn't working properly. A common problem with ovens that have a pilot light is that the pilot light has gone out. NOTE: Gas ranges younger than 10 years old have a sophisticated fault code system that governs their ignition. Always call an approved warranty service provider to handle problems with these ranges. Here's how to troubleshoot your range: 1) Be sure the controls are set on the proper setting. 2) Be sure the stove is plugged in and/or check the circuit breaker or fuse that serves that circuit. 3) Check the gas valve to be sure the gas supply is turned on (also make sure the house's main gas valve is turned on). 4) On a stove with a pilot light, make sure the pilot light is burning. If it isn't, re-light as discussed HERE, or in your owner's manual. 5) Adjust the pilot flame (older stoves only). 6) Turn off the gas and unplug the stove (or turn off its circuit at the electrical panel). 7) Clean out the oven burner ports, using a stiff wire. 8) Plug in the stove (or turn on its circuit) and turn the gas back on. Re-light the pilot (if it has one). 9) If the oven still doesn't work, call an appliance repairperson.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Oct 13, 2007


in not sure but i think that fan runs off a thrmistor that goes to the contol board.open the oven door and look on the right side of the oven see if theres a metal looking bulb.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Aug 27, 2007


It's on page 32 of the manual for Thermador's built in convection ovens. 1. turn off the oven 2.touch and hold the start pad and then touch the bake pad 3. 0 (zero) appears in the temp digits. release all pads 4. touch bake and 0 changes in increments. max adjustment is 35 degrees F. 5. to complete change touch start for lower oven on double ovens do this: touch the roast pad instead of the bake pad continue with steps 3-5.

Jenn-Air... | Answered on Apr 24, 2007

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