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General Electric JGSP40AET1AA Gas Slide-In Range Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the General Electric JGSP40AET1AA Gas Slide-In Range?
The JGSP40AET1AA Gas Slide-In Range uses timer part number 14500-RP.
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JGSP40AET1AA are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers
GE JGSP40AET1AA Gas Slide-In Range
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I purchased the above listed GE gas slide in oven in 1992 or 1993 when I built my house. It was retrofitted at the time for use with propane gas as I do not have natural gas in my area. Last February with the help of this website I purchased (from this website) a new clock/clock unit and replaced it myself. It was a rather involved job, but I saved myself tons of money. Several years after I installed this oven, it started taking a long time to preheat and it was also making an air rushing sound intermittently as it was heating up. I called GE and a GE Service Tech arrived. He removed what he needed to remove to get to the burner area in the bottom of the oven. He showed me where the burner has an open end that has an orifice screwed onto the gas line in the bottom right corner of the oven bottom. He then removed the burner and showed me how the open end of the burner fit over that little copper orifice. He then unscrewed the orifice and showed me how the little hole had trash in it. H
On the key pad, the following numbers - 1-2-3-4-5-6 no longer work. numbers 7-8-9 and back-0-enter are working. This means that I cannot set the clock or the clock. I also cannot set the oven temperature for anything except 350 and 375. Any ideas?
The door hinges for the oven roll over a plastic guide. The guide on the right hinge has self destructed and the oven door is now very difficult to open or close. A couple of the screws that attach the hinge unit to the body are blocked by the door itself. Do I need to remove the hinge for the door first? It looks like this end of the hinge is attached behind the inner panel of the oven door. Terry
The oven has quit and it was just in time for Christmas. LOL The broiler works but the lower unit will not heat. The igniter does not warm up at all. Do you think the problem is with the igniter or could it be on the push buttons control, which I think is probably computer?
Hi, I just replace the bake igniter in my GE oven. The old igniter showed burn marks on the wire insulation (see picture). The burned part of the insulation was hard/non-flexible. Is this normal? Is it safe? Is there a problem with the oven that needs to be fixed?
After cleaning the cooktop and doing a 4hr self clean in the oven, my back left burner does not go high. When it ignites the flame stays at the low setting and when the dial is turned to the lowest the flame remains the same size. All other burners are np. It is a natural gas range. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
i am trying to uninstall and old ge jgsp40aet1aa oven and i am not sure how to free it up so i can pull it out and shut off the gas? dennis cray
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