Obsolete Keypad/Touchpanel Unresponsive or Causing F1/F7? Don’t Scrap Your Whirlpool/JennAir/Maytag/Magic Chef Oven

Can’t buy a  keypad for your Whirlpool/JennAir/Maytag/Magic Chef  oven?  Don’t worry, there is a keypad solution that costs less than $130.  This page discusses an option that will keep you from having to replacing an oven which can cost thousands of dollars.   The model series is RB26, CWE9, W131, A947, C987, 9875, CWE7, 7721 and A987  from  the following manufactures:  Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper

 

For $120 (click here) , you can have functionality restored to your oven with a custom-built keypad.  Most parts for Whirlpool/JennAir/Magic Chef/Maytag ovens are available for a very long time but the touch pad seems to be an exception to this.  The control panel is made of a sealed membrane switch that wears out over time.  Once this part fails, the oven can become unresponsive, beep randomly or throw error codes like F1 or F7.  The modification fits a new membrane switch on top of your original panel.

Common JennAir/Maytag Obsolete Touchpad

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Below is a list of part numbers that you can’t buy and corresponding model numbers that apply.  If you don’t see your model, contact info@applianceboards.com for help.

 
Ready to send your panel? Use the Amazon checkout process for “start to finish tracking”

PARTS:

4381512 – $120 on Amazon

4381513 – $150 on Amazon,

74001423 – $150 on Amazon

74001424 – $150 on Amazon

74001230 –$150 on Amazon

74001231 – $150 on Amazon

7721P036-60 – $150 on Amazon

7721P040-60 – $150 on Amazon

7721P041-60 – $150 on Amazon

879472 – $150 on Amazon

879473 – $150 on Amazon

879476 – $150 on Amazon

879477 – $150 on Amazon

Don’t see your part number or model number? Have questions? Contact info@applianceboards.com.
MODELS: 

CWE9000BCE, CWE9000BDE, CWE9000CDE, CWE9000DDE, CWE9000BCB, CWE9000DDB, CWE9000BDB, CWE9000CDB, 9475VRV, 9875VRV, 9475XRB, 9875XRB, A9475XRB, A9475VRV, A9875XRB,  A9875VRV, C9875VRV, C9875XRB, L9875XRB, RB262PXAB0, RB262PXAB1, RB262PXAB2, RB262PXAB3, RB262PXAB4, RB262PXAB5, RB262PXAB6, RB262PXAQ0, RB262PXAQ2, RB262PXAQ3, RB262PXAQ4, RB262PXAQ5, RB262PXAQ6, RB262PXAW0, W131B, W131W, W131W-C

Evaporator Fan Installation Kit For KSS, KSC, and other Whirlpool/KitchenAid/Kenmore/JennAir/Maytag Refrigerators

Another helpful tip from the members of a PCB repair shop!

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There has been a lot of confusion surrounding the installation process of a new evaporator fan motor for these KitchenAid (and other Whirlpool Corp.) refrigerators.  Whirlpool provides one replacement kit that is applicable to three different style of refrigerators.  Depending on which style refrigerator you have, you may or may not have to use one of the two jumper harnesses included in the kit to connect the fan motor to the main control board.

Skip to the end of this post to read the installation instructions published by Whirlpool Corp…

BUT, we can sum it up for you in a much clearer fashion:

1) CUT POWER TO THE REFRIGERATOR.

2) Remove the original fan motor. Disconnect the fan motor from the jumper wiring harness that goes to the main control board, but leave this jumper harness in place.  Whirlpool suggests using a flat head screwdriver to unlock the plug, as it is fragile and can break.

3) Install the new fan motor where the old one used to be.

4) Depending on which style of refrigerator you have, you may or may not need to connect the motor to the control board via one of the two jumper wiring harnesses included in the kit:

REFRIGERATOR TYPEJUMPER TO BE USED
Built-in with bottom Freezer

Plain Jumper Harness for Built-in Refrigerators with Bottom Freezer



Add this harness between the original one and the new fan motor.
Counter Depth

Jumper Harness with Defrost Bi-metal for Counter Depth Refigerators



Remove the original bi-metal jumper harness and replace it with this new one.
Built-in Side by SideNONE. Simply, use the original jumper harness that was already in the refrigerator.

The installation kit should have include a black dot sticker.  After the fan motor replacement is complete, apply this sticker to the right of the main power ON/OFF switch behind the upper grille in the machine compartment.

Restore power to your fridge and everything should be good to go.  Remember, get your refrigerator control board problems solved by PCB repair companies!

 

Original Installation Instructions Per Whirlpool Corp.:

This evaporator motor service kit is supplied with one evaporator
motor that can be used for a KitchenAid built-in bottom freezer,
KitchenAid built-in side-by-side, or Counter Depth refrigerator.
This evaporator motor service kit is also supplied with a new
jumper harness for the KitchenAid built-in bottom freezer
(Figure 1) and a new defrost bi-metal harness for the Counter
Depth refrigerators (Figure 2).

Plain Jumper Harness for Built-in Refrigerators with Bottom Freezer

Figure 1: Plain Jumper Harness for Built-in Refrigerators with Bottom Freezer

NOTE: Must remove existing harness on Counter Depth ONLY
and replace with harness in the kit

If the evaporator motor is being replaced on one of these units,
the jumper harness connected to the motor must be removed
along with the old evaporator motor.

1. Unplug the refrigerator or disconnect power.

2. Use a small flat screwdriver to unlock the plug, slight
pressure is needed to release the lock. Use care, the lock
is easily broken. The two harnesses contained in the kit
are required when the new motor is being replaced.
Replacement of the harnesses to the individual product is
needed for a proper repair and for proper operation.

Jumper Harness with Defrost Bi-metal for Counter Depth Refigerators

Figure 2: Defrost Bi-Metal Jumper Harness for Counter Depth Refigerators

3. If the product is a Counter Depth refrigerator, the old
defrost bi-metal harness connected to the evaporator fan
jumper harness must be removed. This harness contains a
9-pin connector and the defrost bi-metal. For the Counter
Depth refrigerator ONLY, replace the old defrost bi-metal
harness with the new defrost bi-metal harness contained
in the kit (Figure 2).

If the product is a KitchenAid built-in bottom freezer,
connect the jumper harness (approximately 265-mm)
contained in the kit (Figure 1) to the new evaporator fan
motor.

If the product is a KitchenAid built-in side-by-side, no
jumper harness is needed.

Figure 3: Black Dot Sticker

Figure 3: Black Dot Sticker

4. Secure all connections.

5. Replace all parts and panels.

6. Plug in refrigerator or reconnect power.

7. Perform the service diagnostic mode by pressing and
holding the Water Filter Reset key first then the Power key
and hold both for 3 seconds. Verify that in step 3 of the
service diagnostic mode, the evaporator motor receives a
green LED indicator on the display for the Counter Depth
product or “01” on the display for the KitchenAid built-in
bottom freezer and for the KitchenAid built-in side-by-side
products.

NOTE: If the call service indicator is still flashing, press
the Over Temperature Reset key.

8. After replacement is completed, the black dot that is
included in this kit needs to be placed to the right of the
main power switch behind the upper grille in the machine
compartment. (See Figure 3.)

Defrost, Condenser, Temperature, or Other Problems in KSS, KSC and other Whirlpool/KitchenAid/Kenmore/JennAir/Maytag Refrigerators

Time for another quality blog from FixYourBoard.com!

Whirlpool Corporation and its subsidiaries have made heavy use of this control board in their refrigerators, but now it is failing at a high rate after just having been obsoleted.  Lists of relevant part numbers and model numbers are available at the end of this article.

Your refrigerator may seem fine some or most of the time, but you get a sense that it’s on the way out – intermittent operation of various features, drooping temperature, etc.  This is likely because the power supply on its control board is failing.  Other common failures due to this board are that the condenser fan won’t run and the defrost heater doesn’t work.  The objective of this blog is to help you identify if the control board is the source of your refrigerator’s problems.     If you determine the board is bad, be sure to visit www.FixYourBoard.com to send it in for repair and get it back good as new – at a fraction of the cost of buying a new part or model!

You’ll want to have DC voltmeter handy.

The built-in refrigerators usually house the control board in the top of the unit, and it is relatively easy to access from the front side.  You can always reference www.appliancepartspros.com with your model number to see where the board goes in the unit.  We recommend that you cut the breaker to your appliance before taking it apart so as to minimize the risk of seriously harming yourself or the appliance through electrical shorts.  Once you have access to the board and can comfortably probe it with your voltmeter, be sure to keep all the connections in place and throw the breaker back on.  Below is an image of the control board with highlights of the necessary measurements.  Your board will still have all the wires connected, but you can still stick your meter probes down into the sockets alongside the wires.

The first thing to do,  is measure the DC voltage across pins 9 and 11 on the P7 wiring connector.  The meter should read right around 12VDC.

Now, on the main control panel, press and hold the filter reset button and then immediately press and hold the power button.   Holding both in simultaneously for few seconds should send the refrigerator into Service Diagnostic Mode.  Press the ‘temperature scroll up’ button until you are in Mode 4.  Repeat the above measurement.

If either the first or second measurements yield a reading less than 11.5 VDC, the power supply circuit in the control board has definitely failed and needs to be repaired.  Go to www.FixYourBoard.com, click on the ‘How To Ship’ tab, print out the shipping form, and send it in!

W10121049 Troubleshooting Defrost, Condenser, and Temperature Problems

With a DC Voltmeter, measure these pins. W10121049 – Troubleshooting for Defrost, Condenser fans problems

Hope this helps resolve your home refrigeration issues!

-Young Padawan

PART NUMBERS:

2223343, 2252111, 2303934, 2307005, 2307028, W10185291, W10219463

MODEL NUMBERS:

10641522500, 10641523500, 10641524500, 10641529500, 10644022600, 10644022601, 10644022602, 10644022603, 10644023600, 10644023601, 10644023602, 10644023603, 10644024600, 10644029600, 10644029601, 10644029602, 10644029603, 10644032600, 10644032601, 10644032602, 10644032603, 10644033600, 10644033601, 10644033602, 10644033603, 10644034600, 10644039600, 10644039601, 10644039602, 10644039603, 10644322400, 10644323400, 10644324400, 10644329400, 10644422600, 10644422601, 10644422602, 10644422603, 10644423600, 10644423601, 10644423602, 10644423603, 10644424600, 10644424601, 10644424602, 10644424603, 10644429600, 10644429601, 10644429602, 10644429603, 10644432600, 10644432601, 10644432602, 10644432603, 10644433600, 10644433601, 10644433602, 10644433603, 10644434600, 10644434601, 10644434602, 10644434603, 10644439600, 10644439601, 10644439602, 10644439603, EC3JHAXRL00, EC3JHAXRL01, EC3JHAXRS00, EC3JHAXRS01, GC3NHAXSB00, GC3NHAXSQ00, GC3NHAXST00, GC3NHAXSY00, GC3NHAXVA00, GC3NHAXVA01, GC3NHAXVB00, GC3NHAXVB01, GC3NHAXVQ00, GC3NHAXVQ01, GC3NHAXVS00, GC3NHAXVS01, GC3NHAXVY00, GC3NHAXVY01, GC3PHEXNB00, GC3PHEXNB01, GC3PHEXNB02, GC3PHEXNB03, GC3PHEXNQ00, GC3PHEXNQ01, GC3PHEXNQ02, GC3PHEXNQ03, GC3PHEXNS00, GC3PHEXNS01, GC3PHEXNS02, GC3PHEXNS03, GC3PHEXNT00, GC3PHEXNT01, GC3PHEXNT02, GC3PHEXNT03, GC3SHEXNB00, GC3SHEXNB01, GC3SHEXNB02, GC3SHEXNB03, GC3SHEXNB04, GC3SHEXNQ00, GC3SHEXNQ01, GC3SHEXNQ02, GC3SHEXNQ03, GC3SHEXNQ04, GC3SHEXNS00, GC3SHEXNS01, GC3SHEXNS02, GC3SHEXNS03, GC3SHEXNS04, GC3SHEXNT00, GC3SHEXNT01, GC3SHEXNT02, GC3SHEXNT03, GC3SHEXNT04, GC5NHAXSB00, GC5NHAXSB01, GC5NHAXSB02, GC5NHAXSB03, GC5NHAXSQ00, GC5NHAXSQ01, GC5NHAXSQ02, GC5NHAXSQ03, GC5NHAXST00, GC5NHAXST01, GC5NHAXST02, GC5NHAXST03, GC5NHAXSY00, GC5NHAXSY01, GC5NHAXSY02, GC5NHAXSY03, GC5NHAXVB00, GC5NHAXVB01, GC5NHAXVQ00, GC5NHAXVQ01, GC5NHAXVS00, GC5NHAXVS01, GC5NHAXVY00, GC5NHAXVY01, GC5SHEXNB00, GC5SHEXNB01, GC5SHEXNB02, GC5SHEXNB03, GC5SHEXNB04, GC5SHEXNB05, GC5SHEXNQ00, GC5SHEXNQ01, GC5SHEXNQ02, GC5SHEXNQ03, GC5SHEXNQ04, GC5SHEXNQ05, GC5SHEXNS00, GC5SHEXNS01, GC5SHEXNS02, GC5SHEXNS03, GC5SHEXNS04, GC5SHEXNS05, GC5SHEXNT00, GC5SHEXNT01, GC5SHEXNT02, GC5SHEXNT03, GC5SHEXNT04, GC5SHEXNT05, GC5THEXNB00, GC5THEXNB01, GC5THEXNB02, GC5THEXNB03, GC5THEXNQ00, GC5THEXNQ01, GC5THEXNQ02, GC5THEXNQ03, GC5THEXNS00, GC5THEXNS01, GC5THEXNS02, GC5THEXNS03, GC5THEXNT00, GC5THEXNT01, GC5THEXNT02, GC5THEXNT03, JCB2488MTR00, JCB2581WES00, JCB2582WEF00, JCB2582WEY00, JCB2585WEP00, JCB2585WEP01, JCB2585WES00, JCB2585WES01, JCB2587WEF00, JCB2587WEY00, JCB2588WER00, JCD2395WES00, JCD2395WES01, JCD2395WES02, JCD2591WES00, JCD2595WEK00, JCD2595WEK01, JCD2595WEP00, JCD2595WEP01, JCD2595WES00, JCD2595WES01, JF42CXFXDB00, JF42CXFXDB01, JF42NXFXDW00, JF42NXFXDW01, JF42PPFXDB00, JF42PPFXDB01, JF42SEFXDB00, JF42SEFXDB01,KBLC36FMS01, KBLC36FMS02, KBLO36FMX01, KBLO36FMX02, KBLP36FMS02, KBLS36FMB01, KBLS36FMB02, KBLS36FMX01, KBLS36FMX02, KBLV36FPM01, KBLV36FPM02, KBLV36FPS01, KBLV36FPS02, KBRC36FMS01, KBRC36FMS02, KBRO36FMX01, KBRO36FMX02, KBRP36FMS01, KBRP36FMS02, KBRS36FMB01, KBRS36FMB02, KBRS36FMX01, KBRS36FMX02, KBRV36FPM01, KBRV36FPM02, KBRV36FPS01, KBRV36FPS02, KBUDT4265E04, KBURT3665E01, KSBP23INSS00, KSBP23INSS01, KSBP25INSS00, KSBP25INSS01, KSBP25INSS02, KSBP25INSS03, KSBP25IVSS00, KSBP25IVSS01, KSBS23INBL00, KSBS23INBL01, KSBS23INBT00, KSBS23INBT01, KSBS23INSS00, KSBS23INSS01, KSBS23INWH00, KSBS23INWH01, KSBS25INBL00, KSBS25INBL01, KSBS25INBL02, KSBS25INBL03, KSBS25INBT00, KSBS25INBT01, KSBS25INBT02, KSBS25INBT03, KSBS25INSS00, KSBS25INSS01, KSBS25INSS02, KSBS25INSS03, KSBS25INWH00, KSBS25INWH01, KSBS25INWH02, KSBS25INWH03, KSBS25IVBL00, KSBS25IVBL01, KSBS25IVSS00, KSBS25IVSS01, KSBS25IVWH00, KSBS25IVWH01, KSCS23FSBL00, KSCS23FSBL01, KSCS23FSBL02, KSCS23FSBL03, KSCS23FSBT00, KSCS23FSBT01, KSCS23FSBT02, KSCS23FSBT03, KSCS23FSMS00, KSCS23FSMS01, KSCS23FSMS02, KSCS23FSMS03, KSCS23FSSS02, KSCS23FSSS03, KSCS23FSWH00, KSCS23FSWH01, KSCS23FSWH02, KSCS23FSWH03, KSCS23FTBL00, KSCS23FTBL01, KSCS23FTBL02, KSCS23FTBT00, KSCS23FTBT01, KSCS23FTBT02, KSCS23FTMS00, KSCS23FTMS01, KSCS23FTMS02, KSCS23FTSS00, KSCS23FTSS01, KSCS23FTSS02, KSCS23FTWH00, KSCS23FTWH01, KSCS23FTWH02, KSCS23FVBL00, KSCS23FVBL01, KSCS23FVBL02, KSCS23FVBL03, KSCS23FVMK00, KSCS23FVMK01, KSCS23FVMK02, KSCS23FVMK03, KSCS23FVMS00, KSCS23FVMS01, KSCS23FVMS02, KSCS23FVMS03, KSCS23FVSS00, KSCS23FVSS01, KSCS23FVSS02, KSCS23FVSS03, KSCS23FVWH00, KSCS23FVWH01, KSCS23FVWH02, KSCS23FVWH03, KSCS23INBL00, KSCS23INBL01, KSCS23INBL02, KSCS23INBL03, KSCS23INBT00, KSCS23INBT01, KSCS23INBT02, KSCS23INBT03, KSCS23INMS00, KSCS23INMS01, KSCS23INMS02, KSCS23INMS03, KSCS23INSS00, KSCS23INSS01, KSCS23INSS02, KSCS23INSS03, KSCS23INWH00, KSCS23INWH01, KSCS23INWH02, KSCS23INWH03, KSCS25FSBL00, KSCS25FSBL01, KSCS25FSBL02, KSCS25FSBL03, KSCS25FSBT00, KSCS25FSBT01, KSCS25FSBT02, KSCS25FSBT03, KSCS25FSMS00, KSCS25FSMS01, KSCS25FSMS02, KSCS25FSMS03, KSCS25FSSS01, KSCS25FSSS02, KSCS25FSSS03, KSCS25FSWH00, KSCS25FSWH01, KSCS25FSWH02, KSCS25FSWH03, KSCS25FTBL00, KSCS25FTBL01, KSCS25FTBL02, KSCS25FTBT00, KSCS25FTBT01, KSCS25FTBT02, KSCS25FTMK00, KSCS25FTMK01, KSCS25FTMK02, KSCS25FTMS00, KSCS25FTMS01, KSCS25FTMS02, KSCS25FTSS00, KSCS25FTSS01, KSCS25FTSS02, KSCS25FTWH00, KSCS25FTWH01, KSCS25FTWH02, KSCS25FVBL00, KSCS25FVBL01, KSCS25FVBL02, KSCS25FVBL03, KSCS25FVBT00, KSCS25FVBT01, KSCS25FVBT02, KSCS25FVBT03, KSCS25FVMK00, KSCS25FVMK01, KSCS25FVMK02, KSCS25FVMK03, KSCS25FVMS00, KSCS25FVMS01, KSCS25FVMS02, KSCS25FVMS03, KSCS25FVSS00, KSCS25FVSS01, KSCS25FVSS02, KSCS25FVSS03, KSCS25FVWH00, KSCS25FVWH01, KSCS25FVWH02, KSCS25FVWH03, KSCS25INBL00, KSCS25INBL01, KSCS25INBL02, KSCS25INBL03, KSCS25INBT00, KSCS25INBT01, KSCS25INBT02, KSCS25INBT03, KSCS25INMS00, KSCS25INMS01, KSCS25INMS02, KSCS25INMS03, KSCS25INSS00, KSCS25INSS01, KSCS25INSS02, KSCS25INSS03, KSCS25INWH00, KSCS25INWH01, KSCS25INWH02, KSCS25INWH03, KSCS25MSMS00, KSCS25MSMS01, KSCS25MTMK00, KSCS25MTMK01, KSCS25MTMS00, KSCS25MTMS01, KSCS25MVMK00, KSCS25MVMS00, KSSC36FMS01, KSSC36FMS02, KSSC36FMS03, KSSC36QMS01, KSSC36QMS02, KSSC36QMS03, KSSC42FMS01, KSSC42FMS02, KSSC42FMS03, KSSC42QMS01, KSSC42QMS02, KSSC42QMS03, KSSC42QMU01, KSSC48FMS01, KSSC48FMS02, KSSC48FMS03, KSSC48QMS01, KSSC48QMS02, KSSC48QMS03, KSSO36FMX01, KSSO36FMX02, KSSO36FMX03, KSSO36QMB01, KSSO36QMB02, KSSO36QMB03, KSSO36QMW01, KSSO36QMX02, KSSO42FMX01, KSSO42FMX02, KSSO42FMX03, KSSO42QMB01, KSSO42QMB02, KSSO42QMB03, KSSO42QMW01, KSSO42QMX01, KSSO42QMX02, KSSO48FMX01, KSSO48FMX02, KSSO48FMX03, KSSO48QMB01, KSSO48QMB02, KSSO48QMB03, KSSO48QMW01, KSSO48QMX02, KSSP36QMS01, KSSP36QMS02, KSSP36QMS03, KSSP42QMS01, KSSP42QMS02, KSSP42QMS03, KSSP48QMS01, KSSP48QMS02, KSSP48QMS03, KSSS36FMB01, KSSS36FMB02, KSSS36FMX01, KSSS36FMX02, KSSS36FMX03, KSSS36QMB01, KSSS36QMB02, KSSS36QMB03, KSSS36QMW01, KSSS36QMW02, KSSS36QMW03, KSSS36QMX01, KSSS36QMX02, KSSS36QMX03, KSSS42FMB01, KSSS42FMB02, KSSS42FMX01, KSSS42FMX02, KSSS42FMX03, KSSS42QMB01, KSSS42QMB02, KSSS42QMB03, KSSS42QMW01, KSSS42QMW02, KSSS42QMW03, KSSS42QMX01, KSSS42QMX02, KSSS42QMX03, KSSS48FMB01, KSSS48FMB02, KSSS48FMX01, KSSS48FMX02, KSSS48FMX03, KSSS48FMXO3, KSSS48QMB01, KSSS48QMB02, KSSS48QMB03, KSSS48QMW01, KSSS48QMW02, KSSS48QMW03, KSSS48QMX01, KSSS48QMX02, KSSS48QMX03, KSSV42FMM00, KSSV42FMM01, KSSV42FMM02, KSSV42FMS00, KSSV42FMS01, KSSV42FMS02

Jenn-Air ACB, JEW, JJW, MEW, SCE, SVD, and WW Series Built-In Ovens can’t keep time and can’t be calibrated? Solution is here.

We’ve seen a number of Jenn-Air ovens (relevant model/part numbers and photos of typical boards below) here at FixYourBoard.com with the same recurring problem…

The oven control seems unable to consistently keep the time (e.g. the display is often encountered flashing “12:00”), and the user calibration for the oven temperature is not saved after being set.

To set temperature calibration follow these steps:

  • Press “Bake” (upper bake will calibrate the upper oven, and lower bake will calibrate the lower oven)
  • Enter in “500” degrees
  • Hold down “Bake” again (the same bake as pressed at the start)
  • This should enter the calibration menu.  A number ranging from -35 to +35 (by increments of 5) should be displayed.  The default is “0”.
  • Press “Broil” to toggle between positive and negative ranges and then key in the desired offset (can only be from -35 to +35 by increments of 5).
  • Ex) a +20 degree offset will cause the oven controller to display “330” for an oven cavity that is actually 350 degrees.  Similarly, a -25 degree offset will cause the controller to display “425” for a cavity that is actually 400 degrees.
  • Press “Clear/Cancel” or just idle for a few seconds and the offset will be stored and the display will return to showing the clock.  So if you were to re-enter the calibration menu, it should show whatever number you just keyed in.

The control failure being addressed in this post is when you re-enter the calibration menu and it reads “0” or is blank instead of being stored at the desired offset.

Well we’ve discovered what’s causing this problem and know how to fix it.  Furthermore, we will refurbish the entire board, quickly and reliably, replacing all the components prone to failure and back it up with a two year warranty.  And the best part is that this repair is a fraction of the cost of buying a new controller, or worse yet, a new oven.  So send your malfunctioning controller in to FixYourBoard.com and we’ll get it back up and running like new in no time!

Relevant Jenn-Air model numbers:

ACB6260AB ACB6260AS ACB6260AW ACB6280AS

SCE30600B SCE30600BC SCE30600W SCE4320B SCE4320W SCE4340B SCE4340BC SCE70600B SCE70600W SCE30500W

SVD48600B SVD48600PF SVD48600PG SVD48600PK SVD48600PR SVD48600PT

MEW6627BAB MEW6627BAC MEW6627BAQ MEW6627BAS MEW6627BAW MEW6627CAS

JEW8527AAB JEW8527AAW JEW8530AAB JEW8530AAW JEW8627AAB JEW8627AAW JEW8630AAB JEW8630AAW JEW9627AAB JEW9627AAS JEW9627AAW JEW9630AAB JEW9630AAS JEW9630AAW JEW9527AAB JEW9527AAW JEW9530AAB JEW9530AAS JEW9530AAW

JJW8527AAB JJW8530CAB JJW8530CAS JJW8530CAW JJW8630CAB JJW8630CAS JJW8630CAW JJW8527CAB JJW8527CAS JJW8527CAW JJW8627CAB JJW8627CAS JJW8627CAW JJW9527CAB JJW9527CAQ JJW9527CAS JJW9527CAW JJW8530CCB JJW8530CCW JJW9530CCB JJW9530CCS JJW9530CCW JJW9630CCB JJW9630CCS JJW9630CCW

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Relevant Jenn-Air part numbers:

12001691 12001693 12001914 71001799 71001872 71001977 71002594 71003401 71003424 74006612 74006613 74006614

71001799

Single oven display - front

71001799

Single oven diplsay - rear

Double oven display - front

Double oven display - rear

Single/upper oven relay board


Lower oven relay board

How to Remove an Oven Control Board

If you own an oven, chances are at some point you will need to access the electronics behind the control panel.  Doing it yourself can save you some money and is easy to do on most ovens.  Regardless of what you may hear, the control boards on all appliances are repairable.  Many times, control board repair is the only option because they are obsolete or no longer available from the manufacturer.  A good example of a repair service company is www.FixYourBoard.com.

This posting shows the basic steps for removing a control board from a built-in electric Whirlpool model .  A similar process applies to Kitchenaid, GE, Thermador, Dacor, Jennair and many others. This process is just as easy on most other oven brands and once you do it, you will be glad you tackled the job.  All you usually need is a screw driver and a refreshing drink.  This post covers the basic steps that one should follow.

1.  Turn Off Power to Oven

This is the single most important step.  This is for your safety and to protect the electronics of the oven.  Removing power ensures that no wires will be shorted to other metal parts.   This is done with the circuit breaker.  Find the right one and make sure it turns off all lights in the oven and control panel.

2.  Remove Mounting Hardware

Front View Screw Locations

Side view of screws holding control panel

This whirlpool has mounting screws for the support brackets on the sides of the oven door.  These can be removed by opening the door and removing the holding screws.

3.  Take Notes and Pictures

Now, the control panel should be loose and you can pull it out to see what is behind the control panel.  This is great time to take some notes and pictures.  This is quick to do and you will glad you did once it is time to re-install the control board.

Behind Front Touchpad

In most cases as in this one, you will see the control board attached to the front panel.  Again, before you remove the control board from the panel or disconnect any wires, it is recommended that you take some snapshots before going any further.

Once the connections are removed and the control board is free, all you have to do is wrap it with some cushioning and put it in a box.  Most control boards will be fixed, tested and returned to your door step within a week.