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  1. Older downdraft. Panel wouldnt light up, but did beep. Changed touchpad and board that attached to it. Control now functions, but as soon as I try to bake, F5 error comes up. I found a site that suggests older JennAirs F5 means Hardware and watchdog circuits disagree Rebuild clock assembly (also called the ERC) Considering its a new clock (i assume is the board behind the panel I replaced), then could it be one of the boards in the back? Theres a downdraft board 12001694 and a bake/broil board w10757086. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated as this is getting expensive!!
  2. Gentlemen, I could use some help. I have a pretty old Jenn-Air model# SVE47500b electric range that has not functioned properly for some time and I finally decided to try and fix it. The stovetop elements all work fine, but the front display is completely blank. Pressing the membrane buttons on the front results in "beeps" but nothing else. I did some research and ordered a relay control board (the small board on the back of the oven behind the stamped cover) but when I replaced that board it had no effect on the problem. I then replaced the clock board in the front of the unit and lo and behold I have a working display! However, when i pressed the "bake" button and input a temperature of 350 degrees (or really, any number), i almost immediately get an error code of "F5" and a continuous "beep" until I press "cancel" on the membrane keypad. Stove top elements still work fine, but oven doesn't heat up at all - I just get that error code. Anything else I can try, or do i need to call in a repair technician? I'm wasn't quite ready to replace the oven yet (was going to wait until i did a kitchen remodel) and while I can return the relay control board (the old one performs indistinguishably from the new one), keeping the clock board means I've got a little under $300 into this repair and unless I can fix it for less than about $500 total I think I might just be looking at a replacement oven...