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    • Part Number: AP2632445
    • MFG Part Number: WB27X10311
    • Made by: GE
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Top oven element won't cut off from the oven control knob. Still burns at the off position.

Chester H for Model Number rb787bb1bb

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Where do you find the model on a G E spectra range/stove?

David for Model Number catmandave58@yahoo.com

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We turned our oven on to cook our Easter ham and the oven started to make an odd humming sound. When we opened the oven to see the ham, we found that the bottom element would not turn off, and the temp knob turned freely without any resistance. I am think that the control board has gone bad. Can you verify that this is what I need and confirm that this is the correct control panel? Thank you.

Dave for Model Number J BP26W Y2WW

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My broiler stop working first and then the oven stopped heating a week or so later. When you try to put it on, I hear a clicking sound.

Dorothy for Model Number FRIGIDAIRE

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My problem started with the oven. I turned the oven on to preheat. Oven reached desired temperature like normal. Then oven started making a clicking sound and all the lights and clock blinking. This happens every time the oven is turned on now. This also happens when a burner is turned on the stove top. Is this something that can be fixed? If so, does the fix require a repairman? Some of the other posts I read here lead me to think the problem may be the control board. Thank you for any help you can provide.

Tim for Model Number JB710S0H1SS

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My troubles started with the lower baking element not working, the broiler would work, and the range top would as well. I ordered a new lower element, and installed it, but it did not work and now I have noticed that the range no longer works nor does the broiler. I have ohm tested both the lower baking elements, the new and the old and the tested good. Not sure what to trouble shoot from hear, any help would be greatly appreciated. Sure if this has any bearing but this is a glass top oven/range. Thank you in advance for any assistance.

Sean for Model Number JBP78WY2WW

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I changed the baking element - failed to unplug and shorted the oven. Checked every breaker and still no power to the oven. Do I need a new electronic controller? Thanks.

Joe for Model Number jbp78wob4ww or jbp78wb4ww

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Oven was in use. The circuit board that showes time clock started blinking and went dark. When we tried to reset the clock it will blind couple of times and go black. Now it would not come on at all. The oven also does not work. Top burners work fine. How can we repair this? Do you thind the Control Board is bad? Please help.

J. D. for Model Number GE JBP26GV3WH 10.8/8.2 S # ZM202837G

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I need the wiring diagram as the rest did. Any way to get it?

Matt for Model Number AP2632445

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Just received the t08c and the wiring is slightly different on the boards. On the orginal timer I have a pins L1, N, Broil, and Bake on board . The T08C has pins AC on board and On Relay 1 (No, NC, Com) On Relay 2 (No, Nc, Com). Any help?

Joe for Model Number JBP76G

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