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    • Part Number: AP2023670
    • MFG Part Number: WB21X5301
    • Made by: GE
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I could use some guidance on replacing the temperature sensor in the wall oven. Will I need to remove the whole oven or is the inside wall of the oven removable so that I can get to the back without taking the whole thing out, including control panel?

Mary for Model Number JKP14WOP3WG

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The time light and all the buttons to turn on the stove are no longer lit up. The nightlight works and the burners but we can not use the stove.

Camille for Model Number JGBP79WEW1WW

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The oven ignites ok but takes up to 30 min to come up to temp and sometimes never gets there. Its a gas oven. I replaced the control board and that didnt help. The broiler sometimes lights and not sometimes. I checked the oven thermostat with ohm meter and it was with in specs. Any ideas?

Randy for Model Number JGBP30BEA3WH

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We bought sensor WB21X5301 for our oven for the F3 Error. I want to know is problem really the sensor and what is the difference between low cost sensor and the expensive one? Thank you

Mah for Model Number GE STOVE #JB960BY4BB

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Oven turns ON and then shuts OFF 45- 60 seconds later.

Stan for Model Number JKP13G0p1BG

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Hi, F3 error code. Ordered cheap sensor didn't fix the issue.

Mah for Model Number ge oven

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Getting error code F-2. Replaced Sensor assembly and now get error code F-3. Where can I purchase the control board?

Ken for Model Number G.E. JKP26GOV1BB

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We were having problems with the keypad (2 and 9 didn't work) and getting an F3 code. Also the temp of the oven wasn't getting as high as we set it for, so we had to trick it by setting it at 400 to get 350. I replaced the keypad. That solved the 2 and 9 issue, but we still got the F3. Then I replaced the oven sensor (the metal probe that sticks into the oven thru the backwall and plugs in to the wiring) The oven seemed to work fine for a week, but now we're getting F3 again. Argh! What next oh wise ones?

Mike for Model Number JKP18BA2BB

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I just purchased this sensor. My old sensor was connected with some sort of male to male adapter, which the tabs were broken off, after many hours I got them apart. Installed the new sensor, but now have the same problem, do you sell an adapter, or if I have to strip the wires and use the nuts? How do I know which wire gets twisted with the stove wiring?

Chris for Model Number RGB745WEH1WW

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Oven's digital readout indicates 170° at room temp. When set to 500° it cooks like it's actually at 350-375. Resistance of sensor is 1008 ohms in ice water, 1089 at room temp, 1344 in 205-210°water, and 1650 ohms at an estimated temp. of 350-375. Can it be anything but the controller board? Thanks.

Mike K for Model Number GE XL44 OVEN model #JGBP26GEN 2AD

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