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    • Part Number: AP3155970
    • MFG Part Number: WB27T10287
    • Made by: GE
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What would cause both broil and bake elements to quit at the same time. They both worked when used the day before and then today nothing.

Ralph

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How do you calibrate oven temperature?

Jerry for Model Number jt95080a3bb

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Convection heat quit then convection fan stayed on when door opened, then upper bake and broil elements would not come on. Found upper door switch frozen closed and burned. Replaced switch. All upper elements have 120 v at L1 to ground. Turned on Conv. Bake, then Broil then Bake. Still only 120 v. Lower oven 120 v when off, 240 v when on as it should be. Suspect board is shot. Model JK950A0A2AA SN FZ2365440, what is correct board if needed? Your comments please.

Stephen for Model Number GE Profile JK950AA double oven

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Alarm sounds with #f7 continually showing each time alarm sounds. The touch pad is unavailable for my model. But the oven controller is available. I would like to change the controller board, what is the likelihood of this being my problem. If it does not solve problem is it returnable?

Ron for Model Number JTP56BOD1BB

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I received my new double oven control board. The old board has A black and white wire on the L1-2 terminal which is by itself. On the new board, it does not have that connect. From looking at the drawing supplied with the part (P/N: WB27T10287), I think it goes to the common terminal on the broil 2 relay. Is that correct?

Ken

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I self-cleaned our oven yesterday afternoon, and last night the burners stopped working and neither top or bottom oven will heat. The clock display is working, all buttons are working and the red lights above the burner knobs light up when you start to turn them, but the lights go off. I'm thinking the bottom power board might be shot but not sure...

Mcap for Model Number PB975SM2SS

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Oven locked up and the control board isn't working. I have a GE Built-in Electric Convection Oven. It's a double oven and I can"t get the numbers in the oven because their in the top oven which is locked. Is there a way to unlock the oven?

Natasha for Model Number JTP56

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I'm pretty sure I need to replace the controller on my GE Profile double oven, and the part number listed is WB27T10287. However the original part in the oven is WB27T10285, and the picture shown for WB27T10287 looks a little different (for example, there appear to be four blue relays on the 87 vs. three blue relays on the 85. So, will I be able to use the newer part without having to modify the wiring? If I need to will the instructions for changing over be included? If it doesn't work can I return the part without a restocking fee?

Manxman for Model Number JTP56B0A3BB

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Broiler failed to work then bake and convetion quit working.

Jerry for Model Number JTP56AW

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Thanks for your reply. but you sure it's 220V single phase? it has 4 electric wires. RED, WHITE, BLACK, and GROUND. if it's single phase, how to connect the wire? i thought it's 3phase. because it has 4 lines. there's no 3phase oven in GE? anyway please reply me. thanks.

Wu-Kim for Model Number ZET757BA1BB

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