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Jenn-air electric wall oven -- temperature problems, heating slowly, strange behavior

Jenn-air electric wall oven -- temperature problems, heating slowly, strange behavior

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    Default Jenn-air electric wall oven -- temperature problems, heating slowly, strange behavior

    I've got a Jenn-air electrical convection wall oven, model #8114 P955-60 that has been doing some strange temperature related things for the last month or two. First of all, it seems that you have to set it for about 100 C higher than the actual temp you want (so for 400 you set 500) except when the temp is under about 300, then 300 C is 300 C. Also, it takes a long time to heat to the proper temp, after some investigation it seems that it will reach about 350 and then stay there although the display says it is still getting warmer. If I cancel and then restart the Bake again then the oven will realize it's not at the desired temperature and continue heating up. It's like the thermostat starts making up it's own readings some where after 300 C until you wake it up again. Where do I start troubleshooting? I've already checked the breaker, no problems there... Thanks!

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    Hi,

    model #8114 P955-60
    Not a model#..appears to be apart# from something, a tag or piece of paper or such.

    http://www.applianceaid.com/model-number.php Some model# helps.

    Jenn-air electric wall oven -- temperature problems, heating slowly, strange behavior-range-model2-jpg

    First of all, it seems that you have to set it for about 100 C higher than the actual temp you want
    ?F (Fahrenheit) and not ?C (Celsius) right?

    Also, it takes a long time to heat to the proper temp
    Both bake and broil elements work (get red)?

    jeff.
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
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    Not a model#..appears to be apart# from something, a tag or piece of paper or such.
    Right, I found the correct model # JJW 9530DDS

    ?F (Fahrenheit) and not ?C (Celsius) right?
    Yes, Celsius.


    Both bake and broil elements work (get red)?
    They are both turning on, yes.

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    JJW 9530DDS
    That works
    Has two things to control the oven temp....oven temp sensor and clock/control.

    Jenn-air electric wall oven -- temperature problems, heating slowly, strange behavior-oven-sensor-74008369-00993357-jpg
    Oven sensor Manufacturer Number 74008369

    Oven temp sensor should ohm approx 1000-1100 ohms at room temp, wires should be checked from the sensor all the way to the clock/control.
    http://www.applianceaid.com/oven-tem...nsors-help.php
    If the sensor is ok...

    Jenn-air electric wall oven -- temperature problems, heating slowly, strange behavior-oven-control-board-74009716-01004509-jpg
    Single convection electronic oven control Manufacturer Number 74009716

    They are both turning on, yes
    Good.

    Yes, Celsius.
    Sure about that?...260?C is 550?F.

    jeff.
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
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    Sure about that?...260?C is 550?F.
    I never noticed that our oven is Fahrenheit, guess I'm not in charge of cooking... I just thought we were good canadians with an oven that only uses C...

    After testing the sensor (the reading was in the range you mentioned) I can only assume it's the board? I noticed in some other forum posts that there is an option to have your board repaired, is that available in Canada too?

    Thanks for all your help!

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    After testing the sensor (the reading was in the range you mentioned) I can only assume it's the board?
    That is what would be left yes.

    I noticed in some other forum posts that there is an option to have your board repaired, is that available in Canada too?
    There are some yes...
    http://www.applianceaid.com/appliance-timer-repair.php

    jeff.
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
    Appliance Repair Aid

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