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 Posted: Sun Mar 12th, 2006 04:39 am
   
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I've got a Jenn-Air wall oven, model #JJW9530AAW.  The LCD display for the clock is basically unreadably dim anymore.  In the dark of night I can barely make out the numbers.  It works well, seems to keep the correct time.  The temperature and timers also appear to work fine.  I just can't read the numbers.  Suggestions please.  Hope it's a DIY fix.

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Len

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 Posted: Sun Mar 12th, 2006 07:42 am
   
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It's a bad clock. The relay board that powers it is fine. Just order the clock through the Blue parts link above and you should be good to go.   



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 Posted: Sun Mar 12th, 2006 12:29 pm
   
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Sometimes , if you're really lucky, you'll find the inside of the lens all smoked up. Then you get get a better display by cleaning it off. But, most of the time you need a new control.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 12th, 2006 03:26 pm
   
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Thanks for the reply guys.  Nick - when you say I likely need a new control, are you talking about the clock like Trying to Help indicated?  Just want to make sure we have corroboration before I order the part.  Just took it off and tried cleaning up the window, but that made no difference.

 

Len

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 Posted: Sun Mar 12th, 2006 05:16 pm
   
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Your clock is bad. The board transformer supplies voltage to the clock for display and the entering of oven commands. The fact that you can program indicates the voltage is still present (I've never had one input fail at a time). If you have a meter and want to be sure (and impress the neighbors and the little lady), do a voltage check on the clock. Find the J1 harness and do a DC voltage check from pin 1 to pin 2 on the supply harness. This is your clock supply voltage. You should have 9-12 VDC.  



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 Posted: Mon Mar 13th, 2006 02:47 am
   
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Part link for a new clock ==> CLICK HERE



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 Posted: Thu Mar 16th, 2006 01:02 pm
   
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Thanks to all for your help.  Got the part yesterday, installed it in about ten minutes and all is well again.  Found out from Jenn Air that the part had a five year warranty. It is now about five and a half years old.

 

Len

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 Posted: Sun Jul 2nd, 2006 03:10 am
   
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We have a Jenn-Air range, model # SVE47600W with a similar problem--clock display very dim, even went completely dark today then made a comeback to dim. Timer and clock still work.

Are we looking at replacing the clock also? If so, would it be a different part number since we have a different Jenn-Air model from Len's?

Last question: is the clock easy to install? I am not the DIY type (more a night crawler than a grasshopper), but I am looking to save money these days.

Many thanks in advance to Samurai-san and other grandmasters for their wisdom,

Mark

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 Posted: Sun Jul 2nd, 2006 03:24 am
   
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Looks easy enough to install, ref. # 3 in this breakdown...Sears shows the clock to be part number 71001799



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 Posted: Sun Jul 2nd, 2006 03:26 am
   
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This shows to be the clock for your model...

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=695128

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 Posted: Sun Jul 2nd, 2006 03:33 am
   
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Very easy job - almost idiot proof which is exactly what I neded.  :)

Len

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 Posted: Sun Jul 2nd, 2006 03:50 am
   
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Many thanks all, I will try it.

Mark

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 Posted: Mon Jan 7th, 2008 04:23 pm
   
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I have a similar problem with Jenn Air double oven - Model JMW9527AAB.  The LCD display for lower oven does not work.  I cannot see any segments that normally light up when working.  Oven heating elements work but no input or directions or clock time appear on the blank screen.  What steps should I take?  I priced the ERC (item #696675) at $156.45 which they call an electronic clock control which seems misnamed.  So I would like to do some diagostic detective work before ordering unless you are confident that it is the problem.

Thanks,

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 Posted: Mon Jan 7th, 2008 10:36 pm
   
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yes the ERC is what you need, buy with confidence, you can return to repair clinic if need be, but you wont need to ;)



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 Posted: Wed Jan 9th, 2008 07:50 pm
   
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Thanks for advice.  I will order in near future and confirm installation success.  Hopefully part will come with detailed installation instructions or I will be back asking questions sooner.   :)

John

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 Posted: Mon Jan 14th, 2008 07:20 pm
   
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I have yet another similar problem with a Jenn Air JJW8630(BAB) double wall oven, dim to unreadable display. I have ordered the ERC presuming this is the right part. Is there anywhere that you know of I could get an exploded diagram so that I can take out the old and replace with the new?

Thanks for your help!

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 Posted: Mon Jan 14th, 2008 07:36 pm
   
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http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=696652

check page 2-1 for instructions

JJW8630BAB service manual

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 Posted: Mon Jan 14th, 2008 07:42 pm
   
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Holy cow!~ Thanks!

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 Posted: Mon Jan 14th, 2008 08:20 pm
   
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This is an unsecured thread started back in 2006, going to have to close this thread as it is not hacker or spam proof....nim5858, you are going to have to register if you want to continue..then they can help you in the new thread but might want to paste this info into the new one so we know what you are talking about...Pegi



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