Broiler failed to work then bake and convetion quit working.
You will want to put the unit into bake and see if you are getting 240 vac between bake and L1 on the control board. If you are then you need to replace the control board.
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.
Yes this unit is a 220vac single phase unit. The way that the wires are the red and black are line, white is neutral and green is ground. When connecting plug to the range you would connect red and black to the outside terminals of the terminal block. The white will go in the center. If the grounding strap goes to the middle terminal then you would remove the ground strap and connect at the ground terminal and connect the ground to that point.
The lower oven is not working. I opened the unit to look at the controller and everything visable looks good. I was going to replace the Controler WB27T10287 and Control Panel WB36T10207.
I have noticed on the internet that the new controlers don't always plug and play. That some of the wireing need to be reworked. Is this true?
Answer Hello Alan,
I would check the high limit WB24K5037 first. The high limit on this unit has a reset button. Be advised though, you should turn off the breaker to the unit before trying to reset the high limit because there will be at least 120Vac floating on the component at all times and you could be injured or killed without turning the power off first.
I have a GE Profile double oven - with convection on top regular on bottom. bottom oven works fine. upper oven will not heat up. bake/ broil, convection elements not heating up. control pannel shows the settings are entered and temp is 100 but the oven never heats up. what can I test?
Answer Glenn, With the lower oven working, you'd have a broken wire or bad control board for the upper oven. L2(120 VAC) is supplied from the terminal block to all three elements in the upper oven. L1(120 VAC) is supplied to the individual elements from the control(3 different relays) . You may want to start by checking the wiring harness between the elements and terminal block (L2 120 VAC). Good Luck and Thanks