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General Electric JRP14GP Oven Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the General Electric JRP14GP Oven?
The JRP14GP Oven uses timer part number WB27K5054.
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JRP14GP are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers
GE JRP14GP Oven, JRP14GP4BG, JRP14GP1, JRP14GP2BG, JRP14GP28G
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Hi Everyone, After reading all the posts on burners not "clicking" to light (I have 3 of 5 of them out) I narrowed it down to the spark module. I am trying to replace spark module and can't seem to get to the area to replace it. I cannot figure out how to open the back of the cooktop. I have turned off gas, unplugged it and have pull it out of the countertop cut out. I don't know how to get into the burner box to replace the spark module. Does the main top just pop off or do I go through the burn shield? Any suggestions on how to get to the spark module to replace it? Ron
The bake element in our GE double wall oven (top oven) is only getting warm. My question is how do I determine if the element itself is failing or is it a problem in the computer control panel? Replacing the element is easy. Repairing the digital "brain" is another story. Any suggestions?
I have a GE Profile Cooktop model number JP969BOH1BB with a dual radiant heat element that no longer provides enough heat to boil water. The outer ring does not appear to work at all and the inner element is dimmer than all the other elements on the cooktop. I would like to simply replace the element if possible. It is listed as item 58 (Radiant Element) under a slightly different model number JP969BH1BB. I think they must be the same unit. Is there anything else that could be causing the problem besides the radiant element? How difficult is it to change the radiant element? Are there any slightly better assembly diagrams or assembly instruction than provided in the parts list selection area. I would like to know what I am up against before buying the replacement part. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have a wall oven model JRP14GP. The temp is totally off - set to 350 it gets to about 200, set to 500 it gets to about 325, set to 525 it gets to sometimes 600 (degrees)... it's completely off. I can get it set to 350 (what I cook most food at) if I set it at 525 so it gets to 450 then turn it down one step at a time till it hits 350. is this the sensor or thermostat?
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