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    • Part Number: AP2623073
    • MFG Part Number: WB20K8
    • Made by: GE
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I had something extremely scary happen. I was out of the house for 4 hours. When I got home I could smell gas before I even opened the front door. Everything was locked tight when I left. When I came into the kitchen one of the burners was on, the knob was turned to almost HI, but there was no flame, just gas pouring out. I quickly opened all the windows and doors and aired the house out. I DID NOT cook a thing that morning, nor did my husband (who never cooks!). Is it anyway possible that this could occur on it's own??? I even tried later to turn the knob on by brushing against it with my hip and butt. It wouldn't turn. My husband, who is 6' tried and it wouldn't turn. Please, I am petrified this will happen again and I swear I am not making this up. We are senior citizens. I am not certain of the actual model number, but the handbook says it is good for Kenmore Model Numbers. 7877,7878,7881,7882,7891,7895.

Susan for Model Number Kenmore

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Started oven. It ran up out of control. Unplugged unit. Had thermostat replaced but now the oven and broil will not work.

Dave G for Model Number RGB526DET2WW

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I need to order a thermostat assembly #WB20K8 I need to know will the control knob I have # WB3K60 fit this thermostat assembly

Harry for Model Number RGB526ET3WH

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Wedgewood rv stove oven thermocouple broken can not find replacement. Mod rv1732w1erial no 8070002 believe it an 02 mod made in Greenbriar Tn. Any help appreciated.

Dcb for Model Number rvi732w1

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God afternoon. My Grandma is telling me that her oven will light, and operates just fine, until she turns the temperature down, and it shuts right off, as if she shut the knob off. I've tried to duplicate this problem, but the oven seems to be fine. I've adjusted the temperature and let it come up until the burner goes out, open the door to let the heat out, and it re-fires like clockwork. I guess my question would be whether this is a common complaint, with a common solution. Thank you. C. Moore

Christopher M for Model Number GE Range JGBS17PEK2WW Repair Parts

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Thanks for your previous response to my oven temp/thermometer problem. I have a natural gas oven. A pro installed this 20+ yrs ago to replace the natural gas oven in that spot, so I assume it's converted and connected properly. The thermometer I use is a hanging round $8 model, which may not be the most accurate but then does that really matter if the oven just doesn't cook the food [can't broil either] or takes 2x or 3x the required time to do so? It did the job before, although still low in temp, according to my thermometer. I assume the oven vents you want me to check are in the long tube mounted under the oven 'floor'. I tapped along it and heard no rattling. I'm not sure how to remove it, if that is still useful to do. Is there some gizmo that I can get/borrow to test the thermostat [or other crucial parts] before replacing it? I wish you had a video showing how to replace this thermostat, if that turns out to be the solution (albeit temporary) to this problem. Thanks again.

Scott for Model Number JGBS16GEP5

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I've had the thermostat replaced 2x on this oven and it seems I need to again - is that cost effective, do you think? The oven doesn't reach the temps desired - they're @ 50-75 degrees below the knob setting. I have adjusted the screw on the inside of the knob to its max. but to no avail. This is the same symptom from previous times.Once upon a time I could cook above 450 and even broil but no longer. So, is this an oven thermostat problem, an oven sensor assembly problem (if there is such a beastie in this oven), or an old oven in need of being replaced (since the thermostat alone sets me back $100 each time)? Thanks for your help. - Scott

Scott for Model Number JGBS16GEP5

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Ignitor glows but oven will not light. No gas flowing to oven. Range top burners work fine.

David for Model Number JGBS21PEC1WW

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The thermostat I need has the two spade bits on 1 side, and it doesn't have the thermocouple attached. How am I suppose to convert my range over to this new part if the original has been discontinued? Where does the original thermocouple attach and how do I rewire it to this new design?

Jarrett for Model Number JGBC20BEA3CT

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the oven comes on with out any thing being ,being on and i smell gas and after a few mints it comes on and heats up with nothing being on

Th for Model Number rgb524pea6wh

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