Model #S156 Jenn-air slide-in range, electric

  • Control Panel (s156)
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  • Control Panel (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Door (s156)
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  • Door (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Access Panel (s156)
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  • Access Panel (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Top (s156)
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  • Top/grill Pan (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Body (s156)
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  • Basic Body (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Internal Controls (s156)
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  • Internal Controls (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Oven (s156)
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  • Oven Liner (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Blower Motor (s156)
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  • Blower Motor-cooling Fan (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Blower Motor (convection) (s156)
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  • Blower Motor-convection (s156w) (s156w)
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  • Blower Motor (s156)
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  • Blower Motor-blower/plenum (s156w) (s156w)
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Question and Answers

Q:

my jenn air electric oven and range model s156

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

There is NO recalls on your Jenn-Air slide in electric range. The odor could be caused by a loose wire connection. A loose wire connection in the heating circuit will cause a high resistance which can cause the terminal connection or the wire to get hot and begin smelling. All the electrical wiring and component connections should be inspected. The odor could also be emitting from a electrical component on the electronic oven control/clock assembly. The odor could also be caused by a loose wire connection where the power supply connects to the range too.

I strongly suggest calling a service technician to inspect the range for the source of the odor.

You can have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure; you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
September 25, 2013
Q:

How do I hook up part # 8185638 (subst. for 71002434) for JennAir stove cartridge A122?

A:

I did not find specific instructions for the wiring of the substituted element. We may be able to obtain specific wiring instructions from the manufacturer but we normally need the complete model and serial number of your range. A complete model number (and serial number if it has one) of the element cartridge module would also help. This additional information will normally help us obtain accurate information about the installation of the replacement part. Once we receive this additional information, we will try to get the wiring information that you need.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
February 15, 2010

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