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Model Number: Jenn-Air Electric Stove JER8785QAB - Won't BAKE ?


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#1 jaypatfan

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 02:24 PM

I have a Jenn-Air electric stove/oven model JER8785QAB that was installed in my home when built in 2005. I never had a problem until this month. All of a sudden it will not bake. Everything else on the unit works fine. I have set the temperature to 400 (or 300 or 350) and it never rises above 150. I check the lower (baking) element and it stays cool. The broiler element kicks on and off as it is supposed to. I tried the warming tray feature and the lower (baking) element heats up properly. I also pulled it and checked for continuity and it registered in the upper 20's. I first replaced the long oven temperature sensor with no success. There are no visible signs of wear or blackening on any connections on the back of the stove. I have now replaced the clock/control board and still no success. I have also replaced the small thermostat safety limiter. I have run out of ideas. Any suggestions?

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 04:09 PM

i have looked at the schematic for your unit and there is nothing between the controller and the bake element but wire...sooo
gonna need to check the wire from plug P4, terminal 1 to one side of the element for continuity...
also check the wire from P5, term. 4 to the other side of the element.

if these wires are sound...all it can be is the controller. where did you get it? is it a refurb from sears?
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Posted 27 February 2012 - 04:30 PM

Oven electronic control board part link ==> http://www.repaircli...mber=JER8785QAB




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