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    Default Oven won't heat all the way up

    Model Number: SVE47600W
    Brand: Jenn-Air
    Age: 6-10 years

    My Maytag Jenn-Air electric oven doesn't heat up very much. The actual temperature inside the oven feels like what the control panel says it is. For example, if I ask it to preheat to 350 degrees, I'll come back 45 minutes later and it might be at 165 and I open the oven and it only feels like 165. It started doing this heating up super super slowly and then one day the bake element literally burnt out in a section. I replaced the bake element and the oven is still behaving the same way - not heating up very much nor very quickly. It keeps making a clicking sound too during the heating process.

    The model number is: SVE47600W. The oven has worked fine this whole time until now. Thanks for any advice anyone has to give!

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    Hi,

    Thats odd, the new bake element should have fixed it.

    You'll likely need to pull your range out then take off the back access panel and test for 240 volts with the volt meter probes on the 2 bake element terminals with the oven on.

    If your not getting 240 volts then the electronic clock control board is bad.

    Here's the one for your model, in case you need to order it:
    Part Number: AP367441 - Manufacturer's Number: 71001799



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    You might also check your circuit breakers. When the bake element went out it might have tripped half the breaker and the range is only getting 110VAC. Are the surface elements working ok?
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    These maytag ovens often have oven control problems after the bake elements burn up.

    I would guess that every one in ten that I have seen with a bad bake element I also end up replacing the oven control/clock too.

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    Default Thank you

    Thanks everyone. The voltage was nonexistent so we ordered the part from you that you recommended, Jake. Thanks.

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    Ok, Sounds good.

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    Default no luck still??

    Our new electronic clock control board just arrived and we installed it and we are still not receiving any voltage to the bake element. Any other suggestions?

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    Something is very strange, you should be getting 240 volts to your element. You have no thermal fuse in your model, so I'm
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    Something is very strange, you should be getting 240 volts to your element. You have no thermal fuse in your model, so I'm not sure what else.

    Did you read the voltage coming into the range terminal block in the back with a volt meter, where your power cord hooks up to the range?

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    Cool problems with maytag gas t1 oven

    I am having problems getting the bake setting on my maytag T1 to work. The ignitor seems to be working but when you set the oven to bake it never heats up. No gas it seems is being allowed in to the tube. The broiler does work though and I think the self clean. I shut the breaker off the stove with the hopes that something may have needed to be reset but that didn't work. Please advise, it would be most appreciated. The stove is 11 years and I think that it has been a gradual problem over the past 2 years according to my wife.

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