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Oven Sensor Assembly

Part Number: AP2023670
MFG Part Number: WB21X5301
Made by: GE
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6 inch oven cavity sensor probe with leads.

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 WB21X5301 (AP2023670) replaces 252618, 334300, 347163, 347183, 4337170, AH236043, EA236043, PS236043, WB08K5007, WB20K0004, WB20K4, WB20X0106, WB20X106, WB21X5263, WB21X5275, WB21X5296, WB21X5318, WB21X5321, WB21X5347, WB8K5007.

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Wasn't commng up to temperture put it at 350 would only get up to 250 Michael U. • Dix Hills, NY • April 21, 2014

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Oven was not heating to proper temperature Todd M. • Atlanta, GA • September 02, 2014
Appliance: Model GE DOUBLE OVEN

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How to Replace Oven Sensor Assembly #WB21X5301

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Oven Sensor Assembly #WB21X5301 for Range, Wall Oven made by GE, Roper, Kenmore. 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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I'm getting an f2 code after the oven heats up. Is this the sensor?

Steve

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Follow up information: After reading a question on your site< I listened for the fan at 170-300 deg and it is not coming on. Is my model equiped with this thermal fuse for the cooling fan? with the fault(F3) only coming on when the oven is at higher temps for a period of time is it possible the fan failure is the cause?

Bob for Model Number JKP14W0P3

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Had a F3 code. Replaced the sensor and still getting the code. Is it the control panel?

Andy for Model Number JKP14WOP1WG GE wall oven

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My wife was cooking and the temp starting going down and the oven never kicked on to heat back to temperature that was set. How can I find out if it is the oven sensor assembly or the igniter before purchasing one or the other?

John for Model Number ge xl44 stove

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A few months ago I was getting F7 code and noticed what looked like bad places on the ribbon cable. I replaced the panel assembly and works fine. Now I'm getting F3 code and once saw F2 which indicates temp sensor may be bad. I tested the sensor and got 1094 ohms. I went ahead and bought new one but still got F3 code. The new one tested at 1096 ohms. So, it looks like the sensor is good. What else could it be? Does this model have a thermal fuse maybe? Thanks

Keith for Model Number JKP15WW2WW

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2 Months ago, the bake element in my GE Oven kind of cracked and had a small flame where it looked damaged. I ordered AP2030968 and replaced the bake element. Then it seems that it doesn't the oven would not get up to temperature - so I purchased a thermometer for inside the oven. It was around 200 degrees when the control was set for 350. So last week I ordered the Oven Sensor Assy - WB21X5301 and installed that today - the problem persists. I can get the oven to 400 - but I have to set the control to 550. It is very odd. I do not get any error codes - the oven seems to think it is operating correctly. I could use some help figuring out what else might be going on here. Thank You!

Tom H for Model Number JDP39WOR3WH

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