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    • Part Number: AP4098257
    • MFG Part Number: 74006612
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Oven works fine but the display for time and temperature is getting so dim that you can not even read. So you don't know what's going on at what temperature. Clock is dim too. Please tell me which part I should buy and replace.

Kamal for Model Number maytag wall oven mod# mew6627baw

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When I try to turn on the oven for bake or broil, I hear a high pitched sound, doesn't sound like it's the clock board to me. There is no heat coming from either element, broil or bake. Oven never heats at all. I also replaced the clock board a year or two ago, so I don't think that's the issue. Any help would be appreciated.

Todd M. for Model Number W27400B

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I need to replace the lower relay board. Unit is 15 years old and in great shape. Can I get a new board or do I have to rely on a rebuilt board? If the former do you have such a board that I can order? Thank you.

Justdoit for Model Number Jenn Air ww27430w

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Neither bake or broil element come on and temp shows 100 deg. I do get F5 occasionally. I went into test mode, and both elements work fine as commanded. Can you tell me which part should i replace? I was leaning towards the relay board, but then the relays do seem to operate ok in test mode. any help will be appreciated in order to buy the correct part.

Shringaar for Model Number wm30460B

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Neither bake or broil coils are not coming on. Yet, in Test mode, both coils heat up as they should. Also, I see power relay (on relay board) not activating in normal mode, yet I can see the relay solenoid making contact in test mode. Can you suggest which part needs replacement?

Shringaar for Model Number WM30460B

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While my daughter was baking in the upper oven at 350 degrees, the broiler switched on by itself, burned her cake, and then error code F2 was displayed. Pressing cancel did nothing. She had to turn off the oven at the fuse box. It seems to work fine now, but obviously there is a problem. I understand error code F2 means to replace the control board. I'm going to attempt replacing the control board myself. It looks relatively simple. Do you have any general advice? I do have one specific question: I tugged at a couple of the wires that are attached with blade connectors to make sure there is nothing tricky about removing them. I would have thought they would slip on and off easily. They don't. And they don't seem to want to pull off. Do I just need to tug harder on them, or is there something about the blade connections I don't know?

Greg for Model Number ww27430P

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The lower oven seems to work fine. The upper oven will not turn off, must turn off the breaker. Any suggestions as to what may be wrong.

Gretchen for Model Number ww27430b

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I have a Jenn-Air double wall oven WW27430P that is 14 years old. 5 years ago I had to replace the clock/control board due to dimming issue and non-responsive keys. It worked fine again until now. Am currently experiencing these issues: occasionally both oven lights go out - even when switch has been on. Will not turn back on for a time. Occasionally bottom oven switches off completely - sometimes when the door has been opened - sometimes for no reason at all. Also - both ovens do not seem to hold a temp. The top oven seems the worst - drops more than 25 degrees from set temp - even though display still shows what was set. The bottom oven seems to eventually recover from the temp drop - the top oven doesn't appear to. Determined this using an oven probe with external display clamped to a rack. Finally - I also notice that the oven fan comes on as soon as the oven reaches 210 to 220 degrees and stays on for a long time after the oven has been shut off. Any suggestions? Does all this seem to point to the control board/clock again - or to the board relay? If it points to the relay board - how to I access it to replace it? Appreciate any help!

Sheri for Model Number Jenn-Air WW27430P

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Bake element in upper oven does not heat. No voltage from L2 coming off the relay board. Have 120V coming from L1 through high temp sensor all the way to bake element. Broil element comes on in both bake and broil modes. Have replaced relay board 3x all with same results. Replaced control board. Same results. Hear relay on on board clicking about every 15 seconds. About the only thing not replaced is the relay board for lower oven. Lower oven works fine. Have to think that there is something telling L2 not to come on. Any help would be appreciated. BTW have replaced bake element and oven sensor already. Thanks

Clwcomp for Model Number ww27430p

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Lower oven and control panel both work fine. Upper oven overheated one time only with F2 code flagged and no option to switch OFF oven other than at breaker. After cooling from a very high cooking temperature, oven appears to work OK, but takes much longer to heat up than lower oven. Have checked oven sensor resistance and it is within specifications. Have substituted main element with that from lower oven, though both are the same resistance within a fraction of an ohm. Upper broil element and circuit works just fine. Any advice, please, concerning main (right hand side) relay board? Thank you and kind regards.

Phil for Model Number Jenn-Air WW27430WC

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