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Electronic Control Board

Part Number: AP2632445
MFG Part Number: WB27X10311
Made by: GE
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Wiring instructions are not included if new part does not match wiring a appliance repair person may be needed.

Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Control Board.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB27X10311 (AP2632445) replaces 820931, AH239445, EA239445, PS239445, WB27X10022, WB27X10129, WB27X10216, WB27X5581.

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Oven control board quit working Barbera H. • Iron Station, NC • January 28, 2015
Appliance: General Electric Electric Range RB787WB1WW

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Oven coil and brain board Dennis N. • Windsor, VA • February 21, 2015

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Control board more specifically badly pitted/worn/burned contacts of an onboard relay that supplies power to the baking element this prevented current from flowing to the baking element Morris C. • Columbia, MD • February 12, 2015
Appliance: General Electric Electric Range JBP66BY1AD

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How to Replace Electronic Control Board #WB27X10311

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Electronic Control Board #WB27X10311 for Range made by GE. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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I have a GE Spectra electric range and shorted out the controls changing the bulb. Now only the cooktop works, no LED lights and no oven. Does this sound like a control board issue?

Terri for Model Number 164D3871P001

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Oven temp is 130 deg. low compared to oven setting display. Temp. Oven Sensor tests ok, just above 1 K Oms. Oven element is ok.. So is the Range control bad ?. there is a relay board on the back of the Range control board, does this come as a unit when ordered or are they separate boards ?.

Will for Model Number 911.95575790

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I got a new control panel for my oven the new wiring pictures shows black purple white yellow wires. on my oven has blue red white yellow. my question is how does the new one match up to my wires.

Krony for Model Number JBP78WY3

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We have a 10 yr old single Profile wall oven. It often heats to different temp. than set for. The model # tag is lower left bottom and is no longer readable. If I need a new control panel, where do I look for info on its model/serial#? Thanks!

George G.

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The "oven on" is blinking. The top works fine but the oven does not work. I does seem to warm even with it off. The temperature knob doesn't work. Does this sound like the control board?

Eugene for Model Number JBP64B0B4WH

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The broiler element on my stove does not heat; all other components work fine. I removed the element and tested it for continuity, and it passed - 16 ohms. I also hooked up the element to 120 volt power source and it heated up. So I'm thinking it's the control board - do you agree? If so, I'm worried about the disclaimer "Wiring instructions are not included if new part does not match wiring a appliance repair person may be needed." I'm handy, but not enough so to figure things out if all the connectors don't match. Your advice would be much appreciated. Thanks!

Steve K for Model Number JBP78WY5WW11

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