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Lower Bake Element – Part Number: WP7406P428-60
Lower Bake Element
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PartSelect #: PS11744518
Manufacturer #: WP7406P428-60
At the floor of the oven is the bake element. If your oven is electric, the bake element will likely provide 90 percent of the heat for baking. Therefore, the oven will not heat properly if the baking...
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Burner Knob – Part Number: WP74010205
Burner Knob
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PartSelect #: PS11744380
Manufacturer #: WP74010205
This knob accepts a D-shaped shaft. Sold individually.
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Long Oven Sensor – Part Number: 12001656
Long Oven Sensor
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PartSelect #: PS1570174
Manufacturer #: 12001656
This long oven sensor is also commonly known as a temperature sensor. It is designed for use with ovens and ranges. It is similar to a thermostat; it measures and regulates the internal temperature of...
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Leveling Leg – Part Number: WP74002557
Leveling Leg
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PartSelect #: PS11744009
Manufacturer #: WP74002557
This is a leveling leg for your oven, range, or stove. The leveling legs on your oven allow your appliance to sit perfectly flat. The new one may be longer in length than your original, but will work...
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BUMPER – Part Number: W10919249
BUMPER
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PartSelect #: PS11770098
Manufacturer #: W10919249
Sold individually. Must be held in with adhesive.
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Screw – Part Number: WP400021-1
Screw
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PartSelect #: PS11742240
Manufacturer #: WP400021-1
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Screw – Part Number: W11233072
Screw
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PartSelect #: PS12349731
Manufacturer #: W11233072
This is a multi-use and multi-appliance screw. It can be used on a microwave, refrigerator, range/oven, air conditioner, dehumidifier, washer, or dryer. The measurements of this screw are 8 x 1/2 inch...
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Oven Rack – Part Number: WP7801P173-60
Oven Rack
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PartSelect #: PS11744745
Manufacturer #: WP7801P173-60
This is a replacement oven rack and it is designed for use with ranges and ovens. This is a genuine OEM replacement part. The rack provides a level and stable surface for cookware inside of your appli...
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Broil Element - Push On Terminals – Part Number: W10201551
Broil Element - Push On Terminals
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PartSelect #: PS2342087
Manufacturer #: W10201551
This broil element is found on the roof of the oven.
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Surface Burner Spark Igniter – Part Number: WP8523793
Surface Burner Spark Igniter
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PartSelect #: PS11746068
Manufacturer #: WP8523793
This part helps your burner ignite and produce flame.
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    Edward
    December 30, 2019
    Jenn-aire range purchased november, 2006. Background: After 13 years of perfect service, the lower oven bake element failed, with a pop and a flash, on 12-27-2019. I replaced the element - simple job.This evening (12-30-2019) the cook top gas igniter, or their circuit, failed in that the igniters cannot be turned off. the igniters, one or more, start clicking and sparking at random, whether or not they are being used. the only way i can turn them off is to trip the appropriate circuit breaker in the panel. please consider this, and advise a course of action that will help me get our range back to go. thank you and happy new year' e. n. colburn
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    Hello Edward and thank you for writing. A common cause of igniters clicking constantly is excess moisture in the area. When you're cooking up a storm, pots boil over, sauces spill, stuff happens. This moisture can seep into the area where the igniter PS 11746068 lives and cause it to click when the stove or cooktop is off. However, sometimes one or more of your spark ignition switches PS2004067 can fail. If one of the switches breaks down while the electrical contacts are closed, the switch will send a continuous signal to the spark module, resulting in a burner that keeps sparking continuously. We hope this helps. Please contact us anytime if you require further assistance.

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    Daryl
    November 26, 2021
    How do I remove the top of stove to access burner controls? I need to change out 5 device harness. Thank you
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    Hello Daryl, Thank you for the question. Here is a repair story left by a previous customer. "You will need a #2 phillips screwdriver and two open end wrenches, 1/2" and 5/8" AFTER unplugging the power cord AND turning OFF the gas feed: 1-Remove seven phillips head screws from largest rear panel, and remove panel. 2-Disconnect the gas feedline from the manifold with 5/8" open end wrench. 3-Unplug switch "set" ( 2 connectors, one inline and one spade) 4-Open top oven door and remove two hexhead/phillips screws from underside of stovetop, located on far right and far left forward corners. 5-Pull stovetop forward to unlatch from rear holddown clips on frame. 6-Lift stovetop up enough to disconnect five gas burner supply lines from control valves with 1/2" open end wrench. 7-Remove two phillips head manifold attaching screws from topside of control valves (visible after pulling off control valve knobs)...manifold is now free, remove from stove. 8-"Pop off" switches from control valves, and snap new set into place. 9-Install drip shield disks on control valve shafts. 10-Reverse procedure to reassemble stove. NOTES: 1-Remember to install drip shield disks on control valve shafts before reattaching manifold to stovetop. 2-Check all visible screws for tightness now that the covers are removed, ....you WILL find loose screws...Avoid overtightening/stripping screw holes." We hope this helps!

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    Paul
    January 15, 2020
    Top right front burner does not ignite. The igniter sparks and there is gas smell present. Took top plate off and a small Flame ignited in the center. All other burners work. Could you please diagnose my issue.
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    Hi Paul, Thank you for your question. If your burner is not igniting, check to see if there is any food debris or a grease build-up that may be clogging it. If there is nothing clogging the burner, check the wires which connect the igniter to the control module. If they are not making a solid connection, you will not get the spark needed to properly ignite the burner. If this checks out fine, you will need to check the igniter switch with harness and the spark module to see if they are working correctly. You will need to test the parts with a multi-meter. Here is a link to one of our videos on YouTube that you may use as a general reference on how to use one, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWC44fHn0As. Both of these parts should test for 120 vac. If they do not, you will need to replace them. We hope this helps. Thank you and have a great day.

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    Jeff
    January 31, 2022
    The lower bake element went out in lower oven. I ordered a new element, Put new element in oven, and it does not work. Is there any other troubleshooting that should be looked at or could the new element be bad also? All wiring and connections look good in back of oven.
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    Hi Jeff, Thank you for your question. If the bake element is defective, you should first do a visual check. If the element is blistered or separated, then it should be replaced. If the element appears to look normal, then turn the oven on to a bake function for a minute and then turn it off. Check the element for signs of heating and if it is still cold then it may be defective. If the lower bake element shows no visible signs of damage, you will need to test it with a multimeter for continuity. Set your multimeter to the Rx1 setting and touch the probes to the element’s terminals. The exact reading of a functional bake element varies from model to model, but almost all fall somewhere between 19 and 115 ohms of resistance. Refer to your owner’s manual to determine what reading your test should produce. If your element no longer has continuity or is damaged, you will need a replacement bake element. If the bake element is fine, you will need to check the oven temperature sensor, the electronic control board and the wiring between the parts to see which one is causing the issue. Once you have determined the part you need, please feel free to call customer service. We are open 7 days a week and anyone will be happy to assist you. We look forward to hearing from you!

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      Common Symptoms of the JDR8895AAS

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      Little to no heat when baking
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      Element will not heat
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      Will Not Start
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      Oven not heating evenly
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      Little to no heat when broiling
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      Touchpad does not respond
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      Gas igniter glows, but will not light
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      Door won’t close
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      Oven not holding 350 F, when cooling the coils did not reheat
      Removed the oven door by opening slightly, then pic door up to remove. Remove 2 screws holding oven sensor in place, gently pull on sensor to remove, had to remove about 8 inches to get at plastic connector. Unplug connector, had to use an adapter cable supplied with the PartSelect kit to install new sensor, push cable back into opening, reinstall 2 screws. The oven works fine! Note that due to thermal lag the temperature overshoots to 370 degrees and undershoots to 340 degrees, this appears to be normal oven operation. Putting door back in place was easy.
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      Long Oven Sensor
      • David from Westford, MA
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        15 - 30 mins
      • Tools:
        Screw drivers
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      Upper broiler element (of upper over) burnt out
      This particular model has a bracket that holds the element close to the oven ceiling, so I had to unscrew that as well as the element mounting screws on the back oven wall. The hardest part (not that hard) was the connectors were really tightly clamped to the element terminal. I had to use pliers to help wiggle them off the tips. Recommend doing this very gently yet firmly - I was worried about ruining the connectors or the wires to the oven. The element was deader than dead and actually fell apart in three places once it was detached. The new replacement element arrived a couple days later. Putting it in was a breeze, although the oven is quite dark and I needed Mrs. Handyman to hold a flashlight so I could get the screws in. Oven works fine now.
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      Broil Element - Push On Terminals
      • Todd from San Antonio, TX
      • Difficulty Level:
        Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        15 - 30 mins
      • Tools:
        Pliers, Screw drivers
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      My God daughter baked a pie and the fruit dropped on the element and burnt it in two.
      My husband turned off the breaker, removed two screws and install new element. I was baking again in no time.
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      • Vilita from Jacksonville, FL
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        Less than 15 mins
      • Tools:
        Screw drivers
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