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    • Part Number: AP3192829
    • MFG Part Number: WB21T10007
    • Made by: GE
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Clock and all the lights work, but the burners don't work. Same thing with the oven. It was working fine this morning.

Michell for Model Number JB64WHWW

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My stove stopped working. F2 pops up when I turn it on. Took baking element to repair shop and it's good. The repair man said I need a clock on my stove? What is F2 fault code on my stove?

Charles for Model Number JBP55K455

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Oven is not heating up to set temp. When started it states 200 degrees, previously started at 100 degrees. It will only heat to 325, even though it signals correct temp has been reached.

Mary for Model Number JB988sok3ss

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Bulb broke off in oven, forgot to unplug while trying to get bulb out and it caused the oven to not work. What do I need to replace and can I do it myself?

Arlan F for Model Number JB645DTBB

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The oven turns on, both top and bottom heats for approx. 1 minute and then shuts down. I know the #7 touch pad does not work, I have gotten that error code. Do I need to replace the whole key pad to get this thing to work? Paul

Paul for Model Number PT925sn1ss

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The burners and the internal heating elements have stopped working. All indicators on the control panel (clock/cooking controls/surface temperature indicators, etc.) are active. What might cause this scenario?

Steven for Model Number JBS55DM2WW

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My bake element works fine. The broiler element does not heat at all. I have replaced with a new element and still not working. Light on control board lights up. The sensor wires in back are very dark. Could a bad sensor cause the broiler element not to work?

Gary S for Model Number GE JBP67BD1WH

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Last fall I replaced the heating element in my oven and it has been working great since then. The other day I preheated the oven to bake a roast. When I put the roast in to bake with a meat thermometer, the thermometer almost immediately went off as done. I played with it a couple of times and then realized my oven was blazing hot, way hotter than the 350 degrees I wanted. Is there something else broken that I can replace or is it time to buy a new oven?

Sally for Model Number JBS55WK2WW

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This is a ge double oven. Bottom is fine,top has electronic controls. Comes to heat fine when first turned on, but does not call for heat after that unless you turn off/on I suspect oven sensor? do you?

George for Model Number jkp28bf4bb

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Bake setting will not ignite. Broil setting will ignite. Have already replaced igniter assembly. What part is suggested to get Bake settings operational.

David for Model Number PGS968BEM2BB

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