Model #SEG196 JENN-AIR Slide-In Range, Electric/Gas

  • Control Panel (seg196) (seg196-c)
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  • Control Panel (wht) (seg196w) (seg196w-c)
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  • Door (seg196) (seg196-c)
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  • Door (wht) (seg196w) (seg196w-c)
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  • Access Panel (seg196) (seg196-c)
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  • Access Panel (wht) (seg196w) (seg196w-c)
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  • Main Top (seg196) (seg196-c)
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  • Main Top (wht) (seg196w) (seg196w-c)
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  • Burner/manifold Assembly (seg196) (seg196-c)
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  • Body (seg196) (seg196-c)
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  • Body (wht) (seg196w) (seg196w-c)
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  • Internal Controls
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  • Oven Liner (seg196) (seg196-c)
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  • Oven Liner (wht) (seg196w) (seg196w-c)
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  • Blower Motor-cooling
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  • Blower Motor-convection
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  • Blower Motor-blower/plenum
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  • Gas Controls (wht)
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Question and Answers

Q:

convert from lp to natural gas SEG196 Jenn-air Slide-in range

Q:

Burner tubes SEG196 Jenn-air Slide-in range

A:

Thank you for being Sears’ valued member and for contacting SearsPartsDirect.com with your question about your Jenn-air range model SEG196. I am so sorry the burner tubes need to be replaced. Unfortunately, in this case the parts are no longer available. Jenn-air no longer makes the parts and they have not provided us with substitute parts that we can guarantee will fit your range. We do not recommend after-market parts or give advice on modifying parts because we cannot guarantee they will fit and function within the parameters of the original parts. 

I have included the part numbers of the burner tubes for you. Even though we are out of stock, you may be able to find a parts supply that still has the parts on hand. 

Left Front Burner Tube 704936
Right Front Burner Tube 704938
Left Rear Burner Tube 704937
Right Rear Burner Tube 704939

I hope this answers your question. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business. 
 

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
February 07, 2015
Q:

model SEQ196 jenn-air stove I am replacing a switch 12200039 I need to know what wires go on to what lugs?

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Electrical wiring is something you want to do right the first time. I was not able to locate the owner's manual or find any specific information, but I am sure the expert should be able to provide the information you need.

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Barbara H. -
July 30, 2010
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The model number that you submitted (SEQ196) does not appear to be correct. The closest Jenn-Air range that I found using that type of model number was SEG196. Based on that model, it appears that this substituted switch replaces one that may have had just 2 wires connected to it. If that is the case, then you will likely need to use a volt/ohm meter to verify the spade connectors on the back of the switch that will "open" and "close" to complete the circuit for the fan (with the switch not connected to any wires). Try the middle 2 spades first. With the switch on, check the resistance across those spades. You should measure near zero ohms of resistance. Turn the switch off and see if you measure Ol (open load or infinite resistance). If you do, then you can use these spades to connect the wires. (The other 2 spades would not be used in this situation.) Since it is a simple switch, it does not matter which wire goes on which spade of the switch. This information may help you get the switch connected properly. If you need more help, submit additional details (how many wires were on the original switch) and an updated model number (and serial number) for your Jenn-Air range.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 02, 2010
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I believe maybe your answer may apply also to my question. I just buy this Range model SEG196 used for someone else and the electrical cord in the back need another electrical part to be connected to the wall outlet. what the name or model of that specific electric cord and where to buy it.. Thank you.

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FELICIA -
September 30, 2014
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