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Latch Oven Asm

Part Number: AP4538774
MFG Part Number: WB49T10020
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 Latch, Catch, Lock.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB49T10020 (AP4538774) replaces WB26K5030, 1608173, 346766, AH2577623, EA2577623, PS2577623.

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Latch motor would not engauge Les B. • Bayville, NJ • April 19, 2014
Appliance: Model GE JTP15WW

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I just replaced the upper over thermostat. Turned the power back on and now the over door lock light is blinking. I turned the power on and off with the door shut. No change. Any ideas?

Doug for Model Number GE Jkp26GP


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The oven door will not unlock after the cleaning cycle. How can I get it to unlock?

Yvan for Model Number jcsp39ww2ww


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I push "Self Clean" and time comes up (default 4 hrs) as it should. I push Start and the "Door Lock" light blinks continuously but does nothing until I hear beeping. The door is not locking as it always has and so the self clean doesn't start. I've tried cycling the power to the oven and see the same thing. It sounds like the control panel is doing *something* when Start is pushed - I hear a very faint click. Do you think the lock motor needs replacement? Everything else on the oven seems to work fine and no error codes.

Greg for Model Number GE JKP27WOW2WW


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I have a GE electric oven: JKP15BOW1BB. I took out food from my oven and then saw the “locked door “ light come on. The door is not locked, I can still open and close the door. I have tried to reset the oven by turning it off through the breaker. This did not work. So then I tried to set the oven to self-clean for three hours. The oven does count down, but the oven door is not locked. Also the oven does not make any noise when in self-clean mode. The latch is not moving, I believe it is jammed. What could be wrong with my oven?

Susan for Model Number GE:


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Is it easier to replace the Latch Oven Assembly? Where is it located? My oven is zet757ba1bb even though the lower door is open I always have a blinking "LOCKED" light. When I try bake or broil or any other button I get the message "DOOR". The upper oven works perfectly. Do you think it's this part that I need? And again, How do I replace it? Part Number: AP4538774 MFG Part Number: WB49T10020.

Jacob for Model Number zet757ba1bb


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I have gone through several part replacements on this older oven (original with house 15 years ago), replacing the control panel and ECB, then finally the upper door latching motor assembly. However, the motor appears to be stuck in an impossible state--the motor shows UNLOCKED when the rotor arm assembly (and door) are LOCKED, and it shows the reverse (door is unlocked and open when the switches are in the LOCKED position. As this particular motor is so poorly designed for access (the switches are impossible to get at without removing it from its mount, and then only with some difficulty) it's quite a chore but I'm willing to try anything that will reset the motor into a sane state. One post my wife ran across but doesn't have a link for is a suggestion that the motor power wires (red tabs) were crossed somehow and this caused the situation. I tried reversing them but still get the frustrating blinking "locked" signal on the panel and a complete shutdown of whatever action was tried (Self-clean or bake) in mid-process because the programmed logic apparently can't correct itself. Is there ANY way at all of resetting the motor into a sane state so that the rotor is where it's supposed to be when the switches say LOCKED/UNLOCKED???

Patrick for Model Number JKP45BW1BB


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