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Oven Control ( ERC3B)

Part Number: AP3205919
MFG Part Number: WB27T10411
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 Control Board.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WB27T10411 (AP3205919) replaces 958499, AH773585, EA773585, PS773585.

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How to Replace Oven Control ( ERC3B) #WB27T10411

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Oven Control ( ERC3B) #WB27T10411 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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The "Chat guy Kyle" suggested that I should send an e-mail to this "ask your question" site to maybe find the information I seek. The GE electric single wall oven, Model # JTP20WF4WW is not a valid model number according to General Electric. This is my unit which is in need of repair. The culprit is the "sub # F4". Sub #s F1, F2, F3, F5, F6, F7 and F0 have a full line of parts. The Chat People informed me that the symptoms I gave them indicated that the most likely part to repair this oven would be the Oven Control - part # WB27T10411. Would your site know if this part will work for my oven? It would be great if the "JTP20WF4WW " was re-identified as "JTP20WFW ", could this be verified some how? Also on the "The Home Depot Repair Parts" site there is a disclaimer on the Oven Control - Manufacturer Number (WB27T10411) that states: "Oven control (erc3b). *Wiring could differ from original, will possibly need to be installed by an appliance repair person. Is there some information on tis wiring change and it would effect me? The following steps is the procedure I have drafted to repair my oven, please advise on any changes necessary, The Main is already off. Replacing a Control Board - JTP20WF4WW Electric Wall Oven 1. Pull out the oven slightly from the cabinet for the oven after removing the (4 screws) securing it to the cabinet. 2. Remove the (3 hex head) under the Touchpad and Control Panel. 3. Once the oven was pulled out slightly, lift the panel up to remove from the oven. 4. Photograph how the main board was plugged in, before removing it to verify re-installation & reconnection of the harnesses. 5. Unplug all the harnesses (some have a clip that may have to be gently pried loose. 6. Install the new Control Board and reconnect the harnesses per the photo. 8. Assemble the Touchpad and Control Panel to the oven 7. Secure the oven to the cabinet. 8. Turn the power on, setup info may display, turn the power back off, waited a few min., turned it back on, should be good to go.

Ted T for Model Number JTP20WF4WW


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We have a GE double oven Model- JTP280F4SS, serial No. HH6054140 and the lights turn on when we open the doors, however, we can not turn the lights on with the doors close using the panel switch. Please indicate what part we need to replace. Thank you, Angelo

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Oven seems dead - even the light remains off when the door is opened. It's all electric, by the way. Front panel is dead; no effect when any button is pushed; not even a beep. I'm getting 240 volts when I test the red and black wires at the control box. Ordered replacement part WB27T10411 (aka ERC3B). It arrived the other day. It's an exact match, and prior to disconnecting the original unit, I photographed it to makes sure I would replace the wires correctly. The new Oven Control unit seem to be Dead On Arrival. I have tested continuity on the control panel, each individual wire, the thermal switches... the oven door switch. Unless there's a circuit breaker hidden in the unit (and not documented in the schematic), I'm at a loss to explain why my oven isn't working at this point. Mike

Mike for Model Number JTP20B0F4BB


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