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Jenn-Air S176 Electric Slide-In Range Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the Jenn-Air S176 Electric Slide-In Range?
The S176 Electric Slide-In Range uses timer part number 71003096.
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S176 are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers
Maytag S176 Electric Slide-In Range, Whirlpool S176 Electric Slide-In Range
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Jenn_Air Oven Problem Our Jenn-Air oven is Model D156 or S176; I suspect it is an S176, because ours is a "Slide-in" version. When we push the button for "Bake," or "Convection Bake," everything looks normal for several minutes. After the dial is turned to select the baking temp, the Digital Read-out indicates 140 degrees, as is normal. The indicated temperature should begin to increase until the desired temp is achieved, (at which time, the oven beeps). Most of the time now, the oven malfunctions and turn off. This morning I had make repeated attempts to start the oven. It took about 9 or 10 tries before the temperature reading began to increase. If the temp ever starts going up, it will complete the baking job just fine.
Jenn-aire s176 electric oven will not hold set temperature The electric oven heats to the set temperature, but then goes down and will not maintain the set temperature. I hear the relay clicking. I resoldered the relay board and checked the connections. Whenever i touch the j2 cable or the relay board the relays click on/off as if there is a loose connection.
I inherited the job of fixing an older Jenn-Air model S160 oven that has numerous wiring problems--I found some exposed wiring and burned female contacts, which are all easy to fix, but it looks like someone rewired the burner element to be a 3-wire system, while the oven wiring is all 4-wire (and some of it looks like it's been changed). There is no wiring diagram, so I do not know the correct wiring for either the burner or the oven inself. Help!
While my convection oven was running, I heard a pop, then lights out, elements no longer light up, no control panel, the downdraft fan switch doesn't work. The oven still heats but no temperature control. Any ideas on the potential problem?
jenn-air Model S176 shows a f1 fault.....will not stop BEEPing......oven and burners work
How can I get a manual for this product? I bought one used and it does not have a manual. It is model number s176, run number 01, serial number 942167by. Thank you.
JennAir F8 Our Jenn-air oven/oven is an older model (maybe 20 years? - model #S176) and the oven will only beep and flash a F8 code, when you press cancel/off you can bake or any other function for under two minutes when it again shuts and begins beeping and flashing F8. A repairman says we need to have the electronic oven controls replaced (I believe that is the electric control panel). Oddly enough they are on national back order till October. With installation it is $350 we are told so getting an new oven seems smarter.Is there a temporary solution that allows us at least partial use of the oven, maybe a way to disengage the controls or the like? We saw some mention of that when searching online.Thanks!
My older but very functional Jenn Air down draft oven with oven has a fan noise problem. Still works but fan is getting very noisy. Must it be replaced? If so, please give me some hints and tips on how to proceed without paying more than the cost of a new range.
I have an old Jenn Air electrical oven (model S176). Recently it throws out F1 code and continues beeping. How can I fix this? Can I use the oven without the touchpad?
I have a Jenn Air oven/oven model S176. The digital readout on the clock/temp etc went dimm and finally out over time. Everything else seems to work fine. I ordered and installed a new Electrical Control Panel part Y04100262. It installed fine, but even with the new part the clock/temp etc still does not work. The touch panel and everything else works fine, except for the digital readout. Is there another part, or what do I do next.
I have an older S176 Jenn Air oven. Based on the error codes I have gotten (F1 and F0) I think the touchpad is bad. If you press bake you can hear a faint click, then about five seconds later another faint click, both from inside the oven. I understand the part is obsolete, but my local appliance repair man claims to have one for about $220. I have replaced these parts once a few years ago and don't want to do this again if this is going to be an ongoing problem. I detached the touchpad from the clock. You can "jumper" the connections where the clock connects (where the little mylar strip goes) and sometimes when you jump from "bake" to ground the bake lights will come on for a few seconds then go off. Sometimes it just makes the click sounds. In any case, is this failure caused by heat and would it be worth trying to insulate the touchpad / controls from the oven? Also, is there any better place to get a replacement touch pad? Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX
I have a 20 year old S176 electric oven. When I set an oven temperature it begins to warm up, then abruptly turns off after about 15 seconds. Same with the broiler. However it is intermittent. About one out of five times it will actually heat up to the set temperature. However, the touch pad works fine in setting the clock. What part is likely to be at fault and needs replacing? Touch pad? Thermostat? These parts are expensive, hard to find and not returnable given the age of the oven so I want to avoid buying a part I don't need. Finally, can I install these myself?
Replaced old Jenn-air s176 with a new jgs999000cds downdraft oven old duct work wont line up It hits the gas regutlator on the new range any soultions?
After baking today I turned my Jenn Air Oven model S176 off because I knew it would be awhile before the next batch of cooked would be ready to bake. When I went to turn the oveb back on I touched "Clean" instead of of "Bake" and the oven started to go into the self clean mode. I didn't know I had done this until I heard the fan running. I had already started to turn the temp dial up when I realized what I must have done. I hit cancel at least 4-5 times and the LED read out went back to the clock mode and there was nothing about the cleaning cycle being active on the control panel LED screen. However the oven door is locked and when open. It been about an hour and it is still lock. I don't know if it had to cool down to zero warmth inside from the prior baking or if I have messed something up. Any help would greatly be appreciated. Thank you
Jenn-Air s176 Just the cancel button works on the front panel and the clock keeps time (some leads stay and some dont come on at all). The oven was being used (bake at 450)when the inside of the clock steam up. When they notice the hit cancel, but got a beeping a fault code (F something). Hit cancel again, all clear for a second, then beeping and a flashing vertical PRB and the clock working (as describe above). Switch breaker off, waited and put back on. Only cancel button works and clock as 1st stated and no codes at all.
I have a Jenn-Air Model D156 or S176 Manual. A code of F8 came up and we replace the main card, but now it saying door and we can't get it to release. Do we have to replace the part that opens the door or can't it be in the harness wires.
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