General Electric Electric Wall Oven JRP14GP2BG Timer Repair

What is the timer/clock part number for the General Electric JRP14GP2BG Electric Wall Oven?

Timer part number WB27K5073 for General Electric JRP14GP2BG

The JRP14GP2BG Electric Wall Oven uses timer part number WB27K5073.

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JRP14GP2BG are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers

GE JRP14GP2BG Electric Wall Oven

JRP14GP2BG Schematic and Wiring Diagrams

Main body Parts diagram
JRP14GP2BG Electric Wall Oven Main body Parts diagram
Door and lock Parts diagram
JRP14GP2BG Electric Wall Oven Door and lock Parts diagram

Recent Service Requests

CityProblem DescriptionResolution
Rockaway, New JerseyIntermittant bake and broiler operation. Self-clean cycle worked ok.
Checked ribbon cable leads for oxidation; looked shiny, but couldn't reinsert properly in connector.
Please check and repair.
Woodbridge, ConnecticutF1 code that cannot be cleared, turning power off for a while does not help.
The fault code disappears when "clear/off" is pressed then "bake." The oven
works fine, but when finished baking, the fault code comes back.
Awaiting receipt of timer

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