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I have a Jenn Air oven model #SVE47600B and when we turn the

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I have a Jenn Air oven model #SVE47600B and when we turn the oven on it makes a whining noise but not heat. Just changed the display board because the display board had gone dim and could no longer be seen.

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Good morning A whinny noise can only be caused by the cooling fan up in the control area. <a href=Blower Motor 74004947 Main Product View" width="417" height="327"/> the only other thing in this that could whine is the convection fan but that would only make noise when you were convection cooking. heres a link to order the cooling motor. thanks and best wishes, Bryan

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hi, but that would not stop the unit from heating right?


Customer: replied 4 years ago.

My main problem is that it is not heating at all

okay check your high limit thermostat. High Limit Thermostat 74009837        Main Product Viewif the fans running slow these can blow. its on the back of the oven number 23 on this diagram. check it for continuity.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I took the panel off the back but I can't find anything that looks like the picture. Would you have a picture of the back so I can locate it.

sorry I don't. This may be on the roof of the oven its hard to tell on that diagram. they put them in different places.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Was able to get the top off. Found the device. I put the two cables together to bypass the device and still nothing. :(

Are you sure your getting 220 volts to the oven ? have you checked that ?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Yes I checked that just now and it is 220

okay thats not good news then. if you cant find any bad wiring and the thermostat is good the only thing left is the power relay board. Relay Board 12001691        Main Product View it will need to be ordered and replaced. heres a link to order it. I would replace that and it will probably take care of the whining noise also. I cant see both that and the fan going at the same time.
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