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Jenn-Air W131B Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the Jenn-Air W131B Range?
The W131B Range uses timer part number 7601P214-60.
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W131B are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers
Maytag W131B Range, Whirlpool W131B Range, W131W, W131B-C, W131W-C, W131B
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We own a Jenn-air built in oven model # XXXXX serial # XXXXX On two occasions, the Power Relay Board malfunction requiring replacement. On the last occasion, the technician from L & R in home appliance repair told us that if the relay board failed a third time, Jenn-air would most likely replace the oven. The board has malfunctioned a third time. We have continued to use it, but it is cumbersome, since each time we must reposition the circuit breaker at the outside panel. After a time, the oven will function for sometimes as long as 30 minuets,then malfunction. Our question is, should we have it repaired a third time, or is there some compromise that Jenn-air may offer? Our other kitchen appliances are Jenn air, and we have been well pleased with them. thank you
after routine self-cleaning cycle, our Jenn-Air W131B wall oven is giving us F-2 error.
i TURNED MY OVEN ON AND THE HEATING ELEMENT STARTED TO BURN OR WELD ITSELF. IT DIDN'T STOP UNTIL I FLIPPED THE CIRCUT BREAKER. HELP!!!
I have an electric Jenn AIr Wall oven. Model no. is W131B Serial No is 13514981KB Sometimes it will beep with an F7 code on the display. It was doing this about 2 years ago and I turned the power off at the breaker box. Then it worked ok for awhile. Now it is doing it again. Do I need a new control panel? They are about $250 so I am not sure I should spend that much as oven is about 14 years old but works great except when it keeps beeping. Pressing the cancel stops the beeping sometimes for a few hours more times a few minutes!
My jenn air single oven does not maintain temperatures, when set at 350 it shows 250. It is 15 years old, model #br is W131B
[FONT='Times New Roman','serif']I have a viking dishwasher - VUD040. The unit stopped spraying water. I replaced the impellor (which was needed). It ran fine for 2 full cycles, then started having problems again. This time, when its turned on, the unit never never advances out of the initial stage (not sure, but I believe its the drain pump running). The knob advances thru the full cycle, but the unit just makes the louder pumping noise the entire time and never rinses or cleans (the soap tray does come open). I then replaced the main clock unit (located right behind the cycle selector knob). It ran fine for 1 full cycle, then started having the same problem again. I don't know if I got a defective clock or there is some other sensor or switch thats causing the problem. Any ideas?[/font] [FONT='Times New Roman','serif'][/font]
Shortly after preheating my oven's heating element gave a POP, flamed a bit, and then all went dead including the clock. Do I just need to replace the heating element or do I have a worse problem?
This is a new brand machine used only twice. However the water is not completely drained after the normal cycle. I checked all the basic stuff like blockage of drain pipe, kink in drain pipe, main kitchen drain line for blockage and also the drain valve on the machine. Everything seems to be fine but still there is water into the machine. The solenoid valve also pulls but for a short time. Is it problem with the clock. The motor is working. Also when i checked the drain valve it seems to be having a black membrane. I think that normal preventing water to flow into the machine. Could you please help?
When I attempted to remove the bake element to better clean the oven, the left spade connection to the element made contact with the oven cabinet and arc welded itself to the edge of the hole. Yes, I know I was stupid not to turn the breaker off FIRST. I turned off the breaker and continued with my chore. I first had to pry the welded terminal off the cabinet to finish removing the element. There wasn't much left of the short wire piece between the element and the spade terminal, let me tell you, but it was still attached. No problem for guy with an oxy-acetylenebrazing outfit - I fixed that with a dollop of bronze rod. Good as new and the resistance of the element was 20 ohms (normal I think). When I put the bake element back in and tested it, it would not heat up (yes I reset the breaker). The clock, clock and broiler element all work but not the bake element. I removed the element and checked voltage across the two leads. With the oven NOT calling for heat the voltage was 50 volts (
My washer will fill with water but after that it is silent, the clock doesn't advance, it doesn't agitate, spin, or drain the water, what could be wrong with it? the machine is about 12 years old, I used to be able to "wiggle" the wires and make sure that everything was connected and that would fix the problem, this time I wasn't so lucky. Help!!!!!
I have a JennAir range with a faulty touch pad. The 3,6,9 buttons no longer work. I found a part on line known as the panel overlay. Is the problem likely to be corrected if I replace the panel overlay?....or do I need to replace the "clock" that contains all the circuit connections? I already tried removing/putting back the ribbon cable from the "ribbon connector" with no results. PART # 74008652, BLACK (The part I believe I need unless someone tells me otherwise.)
how do i remove a jenn-air built in wall oven? (older oven model W131B)
Ok, this is the 4th time since I have had my oven that I have gotten the dreaded F1 error code. At least I (somewhat) know what the problem is. The last 3 times I have had a repair man come and fix the oven. At this point, I think I can do it myself! However, I am a bit fuzzy on the difference between the ERC/clock and the control panel. From what I understand, the "control panel" is simply the black glass front and the "ERC/clock" is the "box" located behind the control panel with all the wires plugged into it. Is that correct? My receipts from prior service show the following was replaced during the service calls: 3/2000 Part #7721 P041-60 Panel Control 2/2003 Part #7721 P041-60 Touch Panel Control 2/2005 Part #7601 P214-60 clock Were these the all same parts? Or was it the first two times the Control Panel was replaced and the last time the ERC/clock? Help would be greatly appreciated!
I have a customer that had there cabinets resurfaced and the cabinet guys pulled out the wall oven and disconnected the main power line that goes into the oven. The problem I ran into re installing it (because I was not the one to take it out) was there are 5 wires in the main power cord to the oven. Red, Black, White, ground and some blue wire. The blue wire has a spade terminal on the one end that goes into the oven, and the other end was joind in the box somewhere. I joined all the other wires accordingly and the oven works fine, but I have no digital display or oven light. There is no wiring diagram to be found anywhere on the oven so I am kind of lost as to how and where that blue wire comes into play. Any info or any place I might find a wiring diagram on line would be greatly appreciated. John
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