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Jenn-air oven temperature model SVE471000

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My Jenn-Air free standing oven is consistently too cool. I have replaced the sensor in the oven but the temperature indicated on the panel is consistently 25-50 degrees higher than a thermometer placed inside the oven. It is an electronic control panel. Can I calibrate this oven myself or do I need a special tool? I have no manual.

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Not finding anything for that model number, re-check it.  I did find information on a SVE47100 (one less zero).  This model had three significant revisions, so I'll need your serial number, too. 

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You're right, I miswrote the number: it's SVE47100B (for black, I assume). The serial number is 11006483SK.

Thanks,

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I have the same model Jenn-Air.  The temp is 25 degrees cooler inside than what the digital temp says.  My down draft motor is also bad.

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    We ultimately gave up and had the repair man come. The problem was caused by a short circut in the sensor wires behind the oven. The insulation must have gotten stripped somehow, shorting the signal. When we replaced the whole unit, the oven worked great.

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