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Fan Motor

Part Number: AP2024790
MFG Part Number: WB26T10007
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Range / Cooktop / Oven Motor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB26T10007 (AP2024790) replaces 769723, AH237623, EA237623, PS237623, WB26X10198.

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Convection oven fan motor replacement Tom D. • Hamilton, OH • June 22, 2014
Appliance: Model GE JBP84WOH2WW

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2 years ago on Thanksgiving we discovered that our turkey took FOREVER to cook in our GE convection range (Model number: JB960AO8B2AA) A repairman was bought in who charged us an exorbitant amount to tap the fan blade which caused the fan to spin freely. Since then the oven has worked like a charm until, of course, when we put a turkey into cook this past Thanksgiving. The next day I tapped the fan blade and it spun freely for one or two revolutions before sticking again. This result happens consistently. The appliance repair shop that we use says that the motor probably needs to be replaced. Of course, they charge about $60 dollars more for the motor than you do -- not to mention that on top of that they want another $120 dollars just to come out to our house. Since the motor does manage to turn the fan blade for one or two revolutions it seems to me that the before it sticks again I assume the motor is functioning okay and that the problem lies elsewhere. So here are my questions. A) Am I wrong to assume that the motor itself is not the problem? B) If it is not the motor itself that is the problem, what are the likely remedies? (i.e. lubrication or perhaps the fan blade is out of alignment.) C) If I do have to replace the fan motor does the replacement include all of the parts I need or would I have to buy the fan blade separately? Thanks in advance for your help in this matter.

Roberto for Model Number JB960AO8B2AA


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I have a GE Elec convection oven ModelJB965soc1-ss. The fan is not working.. The fan spins freely.The oven works in broil, and it takes longer to bake and roast.While baking pastries the would be cook and the bottom would not.What could be the problem?

Wilfred for Model Number JB965S0C1-SS


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I have a GE electric convection oven. The model is a JPB99. The fan and element are not working. I took the cover off the fan to see if it was frozen or had any impediments to it moving. It moved freely and the element looked okay. Reset power to the oven to see if it would impact the stove. Oven broils, cleans but the convection fan doesn't come on. The oven gets hot but food takes longer than it should to cook. What is the likely cause of this issue.

Jeffrey W for Model Number wiging19@frontier.com


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