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Feb 182011

How To Replace Jenn-Air oven, range, touch pad. Jenn-Air is a Whirlpool family appliance, these ovens are across the USA and beyond. These ranges have several “common Issues” the touch pad being the most common. One of the numbers or option buttons may not respond to after being depressed, if this is the case the touch pad has more than likely failed.  Type in your model number into the field below to find the touch control panel that you will need to order for your particular model.  The model number should be located on a sticker around the frame of the oven.  The sticker can be seen if you open the oven door or remove the drawer (or panel) below the oven door and look at the frame under the oven with a flashlight.

This easy-to-use search will help you find appliance parts quickly.
Begin by entering your appliance model number.

Example: LSQ8243HQ0

Where can I find the model number?
The model tag is usually in a visible location, on the front of

the appliance (not on the back).


If you require further assistance after reading this “How To” article, and would like to speak directly to a certified repair technician post your question in our easy to use DIY repair forum,  below is an attached link.

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To remove a Jenn-Air ovens touch pad the process will start with the two screws on the side of the panel. Pull the oven forward about three inches, just enough to access the screws located on the side of the touch pad panel.After removing the side screws the four 1/4 inch located on the bottom side of the panel will need to be removed. Once the two side and four underside screws are removed the four hidden screws will need to be removed.

Take each individual burner knob off, next remove each ring that the knob slides into, each one should have two screws. Once the knob rings are removed access to the four hidden screws is now revealed. These hidden screws mount the panel to the manifold, this ensures the control panel is sucked tightly preventing any give when the buttons are depressed.

With all of the above screws removed the panel should rotate bottom side out and come off. Once the panel is off the ovens main ERC will need to be removed. Located on the top side of the control board are four more screws, the touch pad ribbon can also be un clipped at this point.

To replace the new reverse these steps, this has been a step by step article to find other ones like it visit our step by step page.

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  7 Responses to ““How To” Jenn-Air Oven Touch Pad Replacement Oven Repair Help”

  1. I have a Jenn-Air 30 inch electric wall oven JWW9530DAS that double mounts with a microwave oven over it. Recently a redlight has come on in the center of the oven control panel and the oven has stopped responding to commands twice. When I turn off the breaker and turn it back on the oven works for awhile but the red light stays on and then it stops responding again. When I search your database it does not return any results for the model number.
    Do you have parts for the model number?

    • Hi, does the control panel show that it’s locked when the red icon pops up? It sounds like that’s what’s popping up on the panel? The lock icon? If so, look in the use and care guide. It should not come on unless it’s touched though.

      Let me know


  2. How do I pull the oven forward to even get at the screws on the side? I have an oven/microwave wall unit. Right now I just want to turn the beeping sound it is making OFF

  3. Is there anyway to repair the touch pad instead of replacing it? They’re over $500 for the jenn air oven i have.

    • I wish I could say YES but it’s a NO:( Check the use and care guide some of these had an extended warranty on the touch pad.

      Thank you,


  4. I have had my Duel-Fuel oven for 10 years and other than replacing an element have had no problems…until the other day! I was using a pan in the top oven which required a lid. We heard an ‘alarm’ go off, so we turned it off, removed the pan, and used the bottom oven. When I tried to use the upper oven again the following day, it worked fine for a while, then we saw a RED LIGHT BLINKING in the center of the pad! We shut it down. and used the bottom oven. (thank God for having two ovens!) We thought it might be the upper element as the lid of the pan ‘did’ touch the element. but when my handy- man hubby tested the elements (both upper and lower) both tested normal range! I contacted customer service for advice, she knew nothing, but my daughter checked the Internet and found that the panel is usually the lst thing to go (some people said 3 years!) she could only offer a tech. coming out! so decided to check around first. has anyone had this happen? now remember we did not have any issues with the words on the pad (they said when the words are ‘half way’ visible , it’s time to replace the pad, since it’s over $500. for the pad, we are considering our options on a new stove. I love my two ovens, and would like to keep it, but I’ve been told we are lucky it lasted this long? anyone ?

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