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Member Since 04 Jul 2005
Offline Last Active Jun 21 2015 10:10 AM

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Jenn-Air S176U: oven elements don't heat up; control board or relay?

19 June 2015 - 10:58 AM

I have a Jenn-Air S176U oven and neither the bake nor broil elements heat up when selecting bake or broil. Display show "140° Pre-Heat" and the time, as usual, but no heat in the oven. Stove elements work fine. I baked some bread a few days ago and it has been about a month since I used the broil feature.


Research shows that this problem is most likely either the control board or the relay board.  Would someone be so kind as to tell me how to test to see if it is one or the other or both. I'm guessing I get to the control board from the front and that the relay board is accessible from the back. Me and my ohm/volt meter are standing by!






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Jenn-Air convection oven S176; how to remove convection fan assembly

22 December 2011 - 12:28 PM

I'm looking for info on how to remove the convection fan assembly in my Jenn-Air S176 oven; it rattles when operating and I was figuring taking it out, fiddling with it and re-installing might solve the issue.

Unfortunately Samurai doesn't have a manual for this oven and the instructions for other Jenn-Air convection models doesn't appear to work with my S176. I've removed the three screws that hold the cover and the three screws that hold the backing plate, but the fan assembly doesn't come out as it supposedly does in other Jenn-Air models. It's not stuck, it's loose, but clearly not wanting to come out.

I've applied a little pressure but don't want to force things.

Any and all advice on this matter most appreciated.



Thinking of replacing KitchenAid fridge compressor, but Repair Clinic doesn't list it.

04 July 2010 - 11:44 AM

I'm thinking of replacing the compressor in our KitchenAid refrigerator, model number KSRS25QWWH13. Imagine my surprise when going to RepairClinic.com from the Samurai's site and finding that RepairClinic doesn't list compressors for my fridge.

Given that compressors ARE available from other sites (ranging from $300 to $600), what should I take from not having a compressor available from RepairClinic?

Looking to have Kitchenaid Refrigerator compressor replaced (Frederick, MD)

04 July 2010 - 11:23 AM

I'm looking for someone to replace the compressor in our KitchenAid KSRS25QWWH13 refrigerator. We live just outside of Frederick, MD. Please leave a message here if you are interested in doing this (or you know someone who might).



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