Jade electric wall ovens are a top choice of homeowners who want outstanding cooking appliances that perform above and beyond their expectations. Jade electric wall ovens add elegance to your kitchen décor while helping you reach your full cooking potential. When your Jade electric wall oven breaks down, get the parts you need to fix the oven at Sears PartsDirect.
Replacing the broil element in your Jade electric wall oven
Shut off the circuit breakers for the wall oven to completely disconnect electrical power.
Open the oven door and remove the oven racks. Remove the broil element mounting screws. Remove the broil element support mounting screws and remove the supports. Carefully pull the broil element forward to expose the wires connected to the back of the element. Disconnect the wires, taking care not to let the wires slip through the holes at the back of the oven. If the wires slip through the holes, you’ll need to pull the oven out of the cabinet and remove the back cabinet panel to retrieve them. Use pliers to pull the wires off the broil element if necessary. Remove the broil element.
Connect the wires to the broil element. Push the ends of the broil element through the holes in the oven cavity and reinstall the mounting screws. Reinstall the broil element supports and secure them with the mounting screws. Reinstall the oven racks and close the oven door.
Reset the house circuit breakers for the wall oven to restore electrical power to the appliance.
Troubleshooting your Jade electric wall oven when it won't bake
A failed control thermostat can prevent the oven from baking on a wall oven that uses dials for the oven controls. On a wall oven with a digital display, a failed electronic control board or relay control board may keep the oven from working. A bad temperature sensor probe will also prevent the oven from heating. A broken bake element in an electric oven or a failed igniter in a gas oven can also cause a heating failure. For more troubleshooting tips, watch our electric wall oven won't heat video to figure out how to fix the problem.