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Axe Victim

Jenn Air built in oven

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I have a Jenn Air model W198-C built in electric oven.

I tried to use the convection oven. When I entered the temp and pushed start the display showed EEEE with the "Probe" indicator on.(The probe wasn't even in the oven) It actually does this on all settings, conv, rad, self clean,etc.

I checked the manual which has 4 suggestions on what to do. They are either N/A or don't help.

HELP!!

I know this is an old oven but it has always worked great.

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[user=1]Samurai Appliance Repair Man[/user] wrote:

You're gonna need a control board, compadre:

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=692243

So far all the experts have said so.

I came this close > < to buying one but, not so fast. I thought, why does it say probe? So, I unscrewed the probe jack and disconnected it.

Problem solved. Oven works great.

That's what you get when a marine mechanic tries to fix an oven.:cool:

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[user=3252]Axe Victim[/user] wrote:

So, I unscrewed the probe jack and disconnected it.

Well, duh! But the advice you got was based on the assumption that you wanted to retain the functionality of the probe. If you don't care about, then you're good to go.

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