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I ordered a replacement switch
There was a design change related to this switch. I had the same problem earlier today and figured it out by getting the schematics from searspartsdirect.com
. There are two different schematics there (in English). The old schematic is labeled "DIAGRAM NO. 8104P688-60". The new one has five notes in the lower left (that don't help). The key is to split out the red wire coming back from the double burner element. The old way had it connected to "N" along with the RED source power. The new way has it connected to terminal "2" all by itself with the RED source power now connected to terminal "P2". But in addition, you have to add an extra jumper wire that should have come with your new switch that goes from "P1" to "S1". The other connections simply move from the old switch to the new where the locations can be seen on the schematics by referencing the wire colors (example: TAN wire moves from the old "3" to the new "4", etc.). If you are not 100% sure of what you are doing - you shouldn't try this. A wrong wire in the wrong place can short out 240V when you throw the breaker (boom!). Good luck. -- Mark.
on Dec 17, 2010
I have a small crack
Sorry to hear your cook top is cracked. Unfortunately it cannot be properly sealed like a car window. Here is your part#74010843. This is a pretty pricey part and I suggest you use a professional on this repair who will warranty their work in case the glass is cracked again. Furthermore, there are a lot of pieces to take apart and fit back in.
Side note* Be sure to check you owners manual sometimes you can get factory service repaired covered more than just the first year. If the cooktop glass had a bubble or imperfection that could have caused your crack to begin with.
I wish you the very best of luck.
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on Dec 14, 2010
How to install new fan switch
For a stove, is that correct? Is the model number of the stove you have the JED8430 and you want to know how to install a fan switch in it, correct?
Please confirm before I help you out here... want to make sure I have it correct.
Just reply to my answer here and I will be right back with you.
on Nov 04, 2010
One burner no longer adjusts
This is usually the infinite switch has failed. They are easy to check and inexpensive. Here is a video that will walk you thru testing an infinite switch. It may be a different model but the testing will be the same. You can also enter your model # for diagrams and illustrations for your specific model. Not all models are available. All parts come with installation instructions.
on Oct 02, 2010
The bottom right burner just goes to high or off
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on Sep 05, 2010
JENNAIR OVEN FCE30611WC FUSE. The
The fuse is located behind the rear panel.You have to replace it
It is called thermal fuse.It will control the display and control of flow of electricity through the board.Yes you are correct blown fuse is the problem that make display will not to work.
It looks like the above picture
You can get the internal wiring diagram in the manual and the parts.part no 34
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on Aug 30, 2010
The left side of my
What you had was a slow short - practically the same thing as in a welder: big and loud flame, localized and the amperage isn't that great. As such it's very possible that the breaker wasn't tripped, especially if you had a big one, over 30Amps.
No, you shouldn't even try to repair it, that unit is dead as a dodo.
on Aug 24, 2010
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