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Sensor Asm

Part Number: AP3187983
MFG Part Number: WB23T10015
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 WB23T10015 (AP3187983) replaces 911009, AH236398, EA236398, PS236398.

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Kept getting f2 or my ge profile oven Mustapha B. • Fremont, CA • September 02, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Gas Range J2S968SH3SS

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How to Replace Sensor Asm #WB23T10015

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Sensor Asm #WB23T10015 for Range, 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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I have a GE electric stove model JSP42BK3BB, I recently noticed that the display on oven started pre heating very fast (set oven to 300 and display said it was there within 4 minutes). I noticed the bake element does go on and off during pre heating, should it stay on constantly? The broil element does come on when set to broil. I replaced the sensor but the display still indicates it is pre heated to set temperature within minutes. I put a thermometer inside the oven and it eventually showed temp approx. 25 degrees lower. Any ideas what could be causing this all of the sudden and also do you recommend a certain thermometer to test the oven temp? Thank you

Js for Model Number JSP42BK3BB

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The broiler element burned apart in the upper oven near the terminal ends of the element and near the temperature sensor. I replaced the element and now the oven heats up for a few minutes and then shuts off. It is not tripping the breaker. The display just reverts to the time of day and does not display any codes. It seems as if the oven temperature is above the programmed temperature when it shuts off. The lower oven works normally. Could the temperature sensor been damaged during the burn out of the original element or the relay board?

Paul for Model Number JTP48CF3CC

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My GE oven is not holding a consistent temperature when baking. It seems to get up to the right temperature but then will loose heat quickly. I've already had the control panel changed at great expense. I think it is the oven temperature sensor? Please help with a suggestion and a part number.

Gale for Model Number JT965SOK4SS

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My stove is not freestanding. It's built into the cabinets, how do I put out please?

Veronica for Model Number WB23t10015

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Hi - I have a GE jtp5som1ss double oven. When baking the heat is very erratic. We put an independent heat thermometer in the oven to confirm and it never matches what the oven says it's supposed to be at. Sometimes we have to increase the heat and sometimes we have to decrease the heat during the cooking process. Any suggestions? Thanks. Justin

Justin for Model Number GE jtp5som1ss

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I am getting F3 code when heating oven up to 375°F. I replaced the sensor but still cant get oven to heat. I can put on 450°F and after 5 minutes get the F2 code. What do you suggest?

Kim for Model Number JDP39W0T1WW

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