Thanks. Yeah..it has 24 in its name and I attached two files of info. on it. Could a bad door lock switch cause voltage drop maybe? Has anyone seen this? I have to get this fixed before Christmas or my wife is going to kill me lol.....THANK-You
Did you ever check the wires? 6.5V can be lost in a pinched or almost broken wire or a bad connection. Check the pins in the connectors and make sure they are not starting to back out of the connector. Make sure all connections are tight. Your meter is set on DC volts?
Thanks. Yes. DC volts. It’s the same at the pins on the board. One thing I noticed is that it does surge to 24 volts and then goes back down to 17 every time it switches between the elements on bake. Perhaps that’s normal? I’m getting the new relay tomorrow night. Thank you.
I am having a similar problem with my jenn air jds9860aap (buzzing and low voltage to the bake/broil elements) The DLB relay wp74003482 failed a couple years ago and I replaced it and it worked for a year before it failed again. It worked for another year before failing. This time though it only lasted 24 hours. I am getting 45 volts on the control voltage side. Does this indicate that the board is sending the wrong voltage causing the relay to fail prematurely? So now I would need to replace both the relay and control board? I checked the resistance on the broil element at 15 ohms and the bake element at 25 ohms. Is there anything else that could be causing these problems? I want to make sure the board is the problem before I replace it since it is pricey.
model # is JDS9860AAP
Serial # 20421817ER
Does this one require the same board as Jimmy Jim?