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Hi-Limit Switch

Part Number: AP3205159
MFG Part Number: WB24T10081
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 Fuse Or Sensor.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB24T10081 (AP3205159) replaces 963860, AH753674, EA753674, PS753674.

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I get occasional F9 errors. They mostly seem to happen when I am broiling, particularly when doing meats that require me to open the oven door to check on or move the meat. The cooling fan seems to work properly. Other than that, the oven seems to work perfectly. I was hoping there was a temperature limit switch that I could replace. Is this just part of the oven design? I noticed the air intake is right above the oven opening, so maybe it is sucking in hot air when the door is open. Any advice appreciated.

Eric for Model Number PT920SR1SS


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Oven was set to preheat. A little pop sound occurred and the oven is now not working at all. Is there a fuse or something simple that could have caused this?

Larry L. for Model Number JTP90SPSS


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The bottom oven will not heat.

Fred for Model Number jkp28bof3bb


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The oven lower heating element burned out suddenly, without damaging the fuse in the power board in my basement. The replacement element will not generate heat. It's a double wall unit. The microwave still works. The oven top element still heats. The front control panel works. Just the bottom element. There must be a fuse or switch behind the bottom element that was damaged at the same time. Is it part AP3205159 (the limit switch)? Should be very similar to cooktop, each of the 4 heating heads has its own switch... Thanks

Wayne for Model Number JKP86SH2ss


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My oven will not heat in broiler or normal mode. I have removed the HTLS and ohm at room temp is .6. I used my cook top with meter and made the switch trip at 330F then reset a 130F. Could my HTLS be the issue? All controls are on the microwave section and no alram codes have been noticed.

Joe for Model Number GE Microwave/oven combo JKP90SP3SS


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I was reading about a hi limit switch and it sounds like what is going on with my GE wall combo unit. How is this replaced? Does the unit need to be pulled from the wall?

Neil for Model Number jkp86soh5ss


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