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    • Part Number: AP3792697
    • MFG Part Number: WB27K10140
    • Made by: GE
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This oven control knob doesn't fit on this board, the new shaft is much smaller in diameter . I found no adaptor in with the board ,where do we go from here?

Frank for Model Number jgbp30bew1wh

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I just replaced the Oven control board Part Number: WB27K10140 on my GE XL44 Oven. Old one shorted due to water being accidentally sprayed onto it since the plastic shield was cracked. Replaced the Board OK, but No Bake or Broil will work. Any thoughts?

James

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For a while now, the knob and timer on our oven have been acting funny. Sometimes the time will flash when you turn the knob. Sometimes instead of turning off, the oven would be on clean. Now the oven will not work on bake, but it will work on broil. The oven on light comes on, but the oven never lights or heats up. Does this sound like the oven control board?

Mike for Model Number JGBP30WEW1WW

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I just cleaned my oven. After cleaning I went to turn the oven on and all I got was the light blinking. The oven wouldn't work, but if I turn the knob to clean it fired right up. Why would the clean setting work but not the broiler or the bake settings?

Perry for Model Number rgb745bea2wh

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I have a Hotpoint gas oven, top burners work fine but my oven and broiler will not heat or come on at all. Control knob light comes on but nothing works. Could this be the control panel has gone out.

Chad for Model Number RGB745BEA5WH

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I have no oven or broiler, Hotpoint RGB745BEA2AD. Both ignitors, oven temp. sensor, and gas safety ohm out. I am leaning toward a control board, however I just read something about a "weak" ignitor. What does Appliancepartspros.com think about the issue? Thank You

Jeff S. for Model Number Hotpoint RGB745BEA2AD

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Ok round #2. I checked the sensor you said to check and it reads 1080 ohms @ 77 degrees F. but, I still wonder if the real problem is only in the clock because when it's warming up it almost seems like the gas pressure is too low and that it has to run twice as long to heat up to the dial setting. The clock may well be defective, as the oven doesn't always come up to the proper dial setting but what about the required gas pressure, or could the gas valve in the bottom of the oven be defective as well?

Carl for Model Number JGBP26WEW1WW

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My ignitor goes on ok, but the burner goes on for ten seconds and off for ten seconds. What could cause this?

Abe for Model Number rgb746hed3ct

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The oven comes on ok but, it take up to 30+ minutes to warm up and generally we have to increase the knob temp and use a thermo inside the oven to adjust temp. Is this the clock display? Is this a sensor in the oven? Does this sensor plug into the Clock display? I don't think it is the Safety valve. We have already done the "self adjustment" of the temp knob, and it will not adjust up high enough to have a correct temperature? Thanks for your help in advance, awaiting your response. Carl

Carl H. for Model Number JGBP26WEW1WW

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I had a short on the ignitor at the connection. I changed the ignitor and still wont light. The oven works fine as also the top range.

Ed for Model Number jgbp301wew1ww

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