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Sensor Kit

Part Number: AP2023913
MFG Part Number: WB23X5340
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 WB23X5340 (AP2023913) replaces WB23T10002, 253024, AH236490, EA236490, PS236490, WB20K5035, WB20K5040, WB24X5340.

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Oven wouldn't preheat Gary K. • Macomb Township, MI • April 25, 2014

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I had error code 'f3" on my ge electirc range (jbp26wv2ww) which i believe is about 17 years old the oven would not start up and sensed it was already preheated Laurence D. • Coventry, CT • September 01, 2014
Appliance: Model JBP26WV2WW

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F1 and f3 errors were shutting off my wall oven Tracy B. • Zionsville, IN • September 30, 2014
Appliance: Model JTP55WOV2WW

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How to Replace Sensor Kit #WB23X5340

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Sensor Kit #WB23X5340 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 an oven that keeps heating with the oven off I replaced the main board and it does the same thing. what are the other possible problems. I would appreciate any help you can provide. Thanks

Charles for Model Number 911.93481990

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I have a 20 year old built in oven. Everything works fine except the self clean cycle cuts out prior to the cycle being finished and gives a overheating code. The unit does about 1/3 of the cycle prior to exiting the cycle. What is the most likely cause?? Thanks, paul

Paul Hoeft for Model Number JTP13

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We have a GE Monogram double oven Model ZET757WA1AA. One oven (the upper) has received only minimal usage while the other (the lower) is used daily. I think we may need a new temp sensor for the lower oven. I would like to remove the temp sensor from the upper oven and install it in the lower to make certain that this is our problem. There are two screws inside the oven which hold the temp sensor in place on the rear wall but I'm not certain if the temp sensor can be disconnected and replaced all from the inside or oven interior. Will I need to find out how to unscrew and remove the entire oven from it's compartment to access the back of the oven and the wire for the temp sensor or can it be pulled through the hole into the oven's interior and worked on? I don't want to try and pull on it if this is the wrong way to get at it. Thanks for your time and information.

Jeff for Model Number ZET757WA1AA

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My GE Profile electric range/oven started beeping the code F-2 and F-3. I believe this code is for the oven temp sensor so I want to get a new one. I don't see a model JSP40 listed so I need to know which sensor to order and what else I might check. Thanks John

John for Model Number JSP40

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Willl part number wb23x5340 upper senor fit my oven? I replaced the boiler element already.

Gus for Model Number jbp25d0k2ct

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My broil element burned. I ordered a replacement WB44T10009. I have received and it appears to be the correct replacement. When the burned one was removed from the rear opening where the wire comes out there is another part coming out of that same area. In looking at parts on-line it looks like the sensor and it has a bracket also. Not sure how that senor bracket is screwed on. Looked at other people's question and saw one similar to my issue. Their question was can sensor bracket be screwed back in behind broil element bracket using same 2 screws? I viewed video for replacing sensor and the oven used for illustration shows sensor bracket screwed into back of oven separate from element. My oven has coming out of same opening as the broiler element inside the oven on the back wall. How is that part/bracket to be screwed back on?

Mary for Model Number GE Range & Oven JBP65B0K2BB

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