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RedToryTy

Jenn-Air range SCE340B wiring diagram, please

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Reg,

 

Send the Jenn-Air range SCE340B wiring diagram, please.

 

Thanks in advance,

Tyrus

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Jenn-Air range SCE340B

maybe

SCE4340B

or

SCE4340B-C

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Sorry; SCE4340B

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I can find the parts manuals,

but I can't find the wiring diagram for either model ..

what problem are are you having ?

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Won't go into clean. Ohm the four micro switches; ALL have resistance.

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how much resistance ?

They may be bad (dirty / greasy)

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First no resistance, then spikes to .03 downward.

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Thanks for your efforts, Spannerwrench. Unfortunately, the manual contains control board-operated ranges; this product uses a capillary temperature control and switches.

Replaced all four micro switches: with both selector and temperature control set to "CLEAN," I can latch and unlatch the cleaning latch. When turning down the temperature control to 400, the door latch locks. No cleaning, however; because the oven successfully bakes, I draw the conclusion something's wrong at the selector and/or the thermostat.

Any relevant experience? Critical comments? Snide remarks?

Thanks in advance,

Tyrus

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