GE XL44 Gas reage temperatune is not controlled. Can vary +/-75 dregrees or more. What is the problem and How do I verify?
Answer Ed, you'll need to check and replace the oven temp sensor, part number WB21X5301, if defective. The sensor should read around 1650 ohms at 350°. Thanks!
Put oven in clean mode worked well, but now when I turn on oven to bake door shows up in display instead of temp.
Answer Hello John. It sounds like the latch switch WB24K10 is bad and will need to be replaced. This part has been permanently discontinued by the manufacturer and we don't know of any source or replacement for the part. Thanks.
When I plug up my oven it beeps and the control unit flashes F1 code. Can you help find out what is wrong?
Answer Hello Mr. Wiehle. Based on the code you provided, it sounds like the oven control WB27T10083 is bad and will need to be replaced. You will also need to order the overlay WB7K24 as well. Hope this helps.
My up and down buttons are kinda worn is there a way to open the control unit part #AP2632694 and get them to make better contact with the board and all i'll have to do then is replace the part in front of it.
Answer DJ, Is the overlay itself damaged WB7K24 Once you get the control panel dismantled, you'll probably find that the ERC mounting tabs have bent back and thats why you have the issue Here's some access information TO REMOVE CONTROL PANELGrasp the light panel cover at the rear, where it is hinged to the control panel. Lift upward at the rear, just far enough to insert a small, thin bladed screwdriver between the end cap and the fluorescent light cover. Slide the blade forward toward the front while lifting upward on the cover. Be sure to
wrap the blade of the screw driver with tape so as not to scar the plastic shield.Remove the two screws, which secure the endcaps to the control console. Be careful when removing the endcap not to break the locating tab at the bottom of the endcap. LOOSEN, DO NOT REMOVE the scew holding the panel to the side frame. This screw is just long enough that it will protrude into a slot in the side frame,
causing the panel to bind as you slide it down and forward. Loosening the screw a couple of turns will back it off enough that it
will no longer protrude into the side frame slot. Grasp the face panel at the bottom front with one hand, while gently pushing down on the
top of the control panel with your other. Pull panel downward to release it from the vent deflector while at the same time pull the panel forward. I think this will get you through the repair. Thanks and Good Luck.