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    • Part Number: AP2023670
    • MFG Part Number: WB21X5301
    • Made by: GE
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When baking at higher temperatures 350+ the oven will heat to temp and after awhile beeps giving a F3 error code usually. Occasionally has thrown F4 and F5. After hitting Clear cannot immediately restart oven. After waiting about 10-minutes or so, can restart oven and the cycle repeats. When baking at lower temps the oven runs normally. Is this likely the Sensor or Control Board?

Mike for Model Number Kenmore 911.30465791

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Oven set to temp and the food is not done. Oven shut off. I replaced oven control board and oven heats but shuts off.

Jim for Model Number jsp39wok2ww

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Hello, We have a Kenmore wall oven model# 91140169791. We keep getting a F5 Code for the Oven And a F3 when we try the broil. We recently replaced the heat sensor. When we heat the Oven up, we will get these Codes after 15 minutes of heating. What else can this be or is it even the heat sensor. Also how much would it cost to fix the problem or do they even still make it for this model. Thank You.

Mason for Model Number 91140169791

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When oven reaches 350 it will cut off.

Archie for Model Number 362.72322101

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I have a GE electric range (JBP45G R1). When I push Bake, the oven starts to warm slightly for a few seconds then the buzzer weakly buzzes and an F3 code comes up. I have tested the sensor as it registers 1000 ohms. I also noticed that the timer control for this model is not available. What should I try next?

Brenda for Model Number JBP45G R1

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Hi we have a GE oven that's about 10 years old that gives an F3 error whenever we try to use it. We bought a sensor online that wasn't originally meant for this oven. It was a WB21X5301 which we installed into the oven but it didn't work. We tested the original sensor and it said 1100 on the display. Do we have to buy a different temperature sensor or an original from the company? Also our microwave Model # GES1344SK 06 isn't working properly. when we turn it on, the light doesn't turn on, it doesn't turn and it makes an odd noise. The microwave is 2 years old. Thank you for your time.

Mani for Model Number JB960BY4BB GE OVEN

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Oven keeps beeping every few minutes and displays error code.

Sridhar for Model Number JKP54G0P3BG

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Hello, I have a GE JGBP35GEP2WG. I set the temp for 400, the oven beeps saying its at temp but its only at about 300. Then after about 20 minutes the temp goes up to 600 and burns the food. The display stays at the set temp of 400, but the thermomoter I bought is where im seeing the crazy temp flucuation. Not sure if I need new temp sensor.? Any help would be awsome. Thanks

Jeff for Model Number GE JGBP35GEP2WG

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I have a 19yr old GE electric Oven. Model - JDP37G0T1BB The oven does not heat to the proper temperature. Ex. - I set it at 400, and it does not go above 260. I replaced the heating element. Is there a way I can determine if this may be a sensor of thermostat issue w/out having to buy both, or trial and error? Is there anything else it could be? Adam

Adam for Model Number adam.geffner@gmail.com

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After turning on oven at 450, after about 20 minutes the oven alarm starts going off unless the oven is turned off. The dispaly gives me an "F1" code...is the oven temperature sensor at fault?

John for Model Number kenmore 362.75501990

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