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Electronic Oven Control/clock Kit

Part Number: AP2633043
MFG Part Number: WB27T10219
Made by: GE
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Note: wiring could differ from original, follow included instructions closely.

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 WB27T10219 (AP2633043) replaces 875261, AH238538, EA238538, PS238538, WB27T10069, WB27T10070, WB27T10073, WB27T10086.

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How to Replace Electronic Oven Control/clock Kit #WB27T10219

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Electronic Oven Control/clock Kit #WB27T10219 for Wall Oven 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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Our oven has been having wild temperature fluctuations for some time now. If you set it at 400, it will beep that it has reached that temperature when it may only be at 350 or 375. If you then set it at 425, it may eventually reach that high but then will fall off fairly rapidly until it is only actually 300. We have to keep setting it higher and higher to reach the desired temperature but it won't hold it for more than a few minutes. I have removed and replaced the temperature sensor on the back of the unit, but it made no difference at all. There are no error codes and the displays are fully functioning. Would I need to replace the touch pad and control panel assembly or would it be more like the electronic oven control/clock kit that needs replacing?

Dave for Model Number JT910S0A1SS

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I've just replace the touch pad on my GE oven but still no display even not the time. It seems like no power flows through control unit and touch pad. the model number is JCT910SASS The oven light is on when door open. Is it any fuse or a separate breaker.? How will I recognize the outlet cable and how can I check the control board?

Thomas for Model Number JCT910SASS

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13 year old wall oven, moderate use. Beeped and displayed an "F7". Turned off for 30 minutes and even turned off circuit breaker overnight. Still beeped and displayed an "F7" after about 20 minutes. Removed and reinserted the flat wire between the control panel and the control module. No beeps! Then worked for about 30 minutes into baking a cake, then beeps returned and displayed an "F7"! What needs to be replaced? The control panel or the control module? Or Both? Or the whole oven? Am thinking heat is the main problem. But heat is what ones gets in an oven. Your advise please.

Chas for Model Number GE wall oven Model JT910SOA1SS

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