Jennaire SVE47500B Stove Problem
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Posted 20 May 2011 - 10:15 AM
1. the relay board is bad; since you've installed a new one, we can rule that out, or
2. something is telling the relay board to turn these things on; in the case of the light, that's the touchpad, for the cooling fan, it's the oven sensor. Now, it's possible that the touchpad and the sensor are both bad but unlikely. Much more likely is a pinched wire harness going to the relay board. These are thin-skinned little ribbons and can get easily get pinched by a panel when putting things back together. I would check all the wire harnesses carefully, disassemble whatever panels you need to in order to inspect the full length of them. Can also check each conductor in the ribbon connectors for shorts to ground.
Posted 20 May 2011 - 10:56 AM
The downdraft fan does not turn on, either. I keep wondering if I got a bad touchpad or something. Hate to buy a new one. Got this one in February and not from you, so I kind of own it.
I will take apart and see what it all looks like. Everything that is visible on the harnesses looks okay to me, but I know those harnesses have hairlike wires in them.
Can I test the ribbon going from the touchpad to the timer board? Do I need to?
Thanks for the help.
Posted 20 May 2011 - 11:19 AM
The ribbon from the touchpad to the board is exactly the ribbon you want to focus on the most. Seem like that one always gave me the most headaches. In fact, one thing to try to simply lifting touchpad out of position slightly so the ribbons are flexed a bit, secure it place, re-apply power and see what happens.
Also want to ohm out all those ribbon conductors to ground. Each and every single one of 'em. Tedious but it doesn't take that long. May need special fine probes, Radio Shack carries 'em.
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Posted 23 May 2011 - 12:51 PM
Because jumping 5-15 does not make sense to me, can you show me somehow? I am guessing you want me to put a small wire from one circuit on the board behind the clock to another, but I don't want to fry anything out. Would you suggest I get another touchpad and try that? I do not think I will be able to return the touchpad that I have as I did not get it from this site.
I know enough to be dangerous. When it gets into jumping things, I am a bit frightened, but I will try.
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