Type of Appliance = Jenn-Air JED8230ADB Cooktop.
we live in Australia & bought the Cooktop as a 240volt appliance (as per the specifications on Official website of Jenn-air) but our electrician advises it will not work on 240v & will need a 240v to 110v transformer to make it work.
On the Jenn-Air website -jennair.com/flash. then add: cmd?/#/product/JED8230ADS/
you will see under Cooktops section - the 30" Designer Line Modular Electric Downdraft Cooktop JED8230ADS (same as JED8230ADB - just a colour difference) it clearly says under specifications 40amp, 60hz & 240volt.
Q #1 - What is the 60hz actually mean in relation to 240v or 110v?
Q#2 - is the JED8230ADB (the model we have) to be run on 240v or 110v?
Q #3 - is the cartridge JEA8130ADB & JEA8120ADB positively compatable with the JED8230ADB unit?
Jenn-Air used to be in Australia but now they do not supply!
---but the only thing this will cause problems with is your time or your control board if you have not, not the heating of the appliance.
I do not quite understand this part of your answer!
- ? ...your time..
- ? ...or your control board.. What is a control board?
- ? ...not the heating of the appliance?
Sorry but I feel USA terms are a little different to Aussie terms!
You have commented on 50hz - it is actually 6ohz.
The only problem 50 Hz can cause, would be that your clock will not keep time---or the control board (display board) may not work at all.