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General Electric JSP69WVWW 30" Slide-In Downdraft Range Timer
General Electric JSP69WVWW 30" Slide-In Downdraft Range Features:
What is the timer/clock part number for the General Electric JSP69WVWW 30" Slide-In Downdraft Range?
The JSP69WVWW 30" Slide-In Downdraft Range uses timer part number 31-315030-07-0.
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Hey all, I'm pretty sure that this oven is more than 10 years old; it was in this house when I moved in a bit more than 8 years ago. I am wondering how old it is, though. Is there a way to tell via the model or serial number? (SN is TL212905R). This thing has been beeping constantly, showing an F1 error code. At first it would stop by pressing Clear, but now can only stop it by cutting the power. From the information I've been able to find, it sounds like the ERC/control board/clock needs to be replaced. There was a tip somewhere about narrowing it down to the ERC or touch pad, but it appears to me these are built together in a single unit here. (PN WB27K5107) Would a remanufactured part be okay for this oven? Or would you all advise installing a new part? It looks like with either, I will need to remove the plastic face - which appears to be glued on - and install on the new touch pad/ERC. Any tips on removing this face without cracking it? What type of adhesive to use to install it o
WHen I start to bake I get an F3 error I have a ge JSP69WVWW oven when I start to bake I get an F3 error.
Hi, I purchased a used oven and after about 6-12 months it started getting errors when the oven is used. It starts with an F5 error and then when I turn the oven off and back on it sometimes moves to an F3 error. Tonight it went for a bit and gave me an F3 and then later an F2 error. After I turned the oven off it would start beeping with an F2 error by itself. I opened the oven door to let it cool down and now it is quiet. Any ideas on what parts I should replace etc. etc.? Matt
Hi, I saw oven Oven Fault codes thread but I did not see any mention of F7 Error. I have GE Electric oven JSP42W5WW which is showing F7 d6 error. It beeps continuosly until I press Clear then it will stop & start beeping after 5 mins. If I press START it stops beeping but it shows F7 d6 error . My oven does not work. I will appreciate your help. Is it Key pad issue or ERC issue? Goran
I have a GE oven (JSP40W0W2WW) with an F5 code on the display. Any thoughts on repairing it?
Both Oven+cooktop Stopped Working At Same Time.when Any Cooktop Knob Is Turned On The Lcd Display Lights Up Completely,can Set Temp On Oven And Neither Heats Up.when Turned Off Again Lcd Display Goes Out.could This Be The Cotrol Panel And Switch Assy??
GE electric range model JSP69WVWW is allowing cold air from bottom of range and exhaust on top into house, what is wrong with the installation?
I own a GEÃƒÆ’Ã‚â€šÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â® 30" Slide-In Downdraft ovenModel#: JSP69WVWW its about 6-7 yrs old. I get the F4 fault. When i reset the 230v breakes for this oven in my garage it resets the fault and the oven and broiler work fine. The problem is i have to reset the darn breakers everytime i want to use the oven? I give up. Do you know the reason for the fault and the correct solution?
Free standing GE Electric Oven/oven, Model JSP69WVWW. Oven won't heat up. Was working fine until the day after Christmas. I replaced the bake element to no avail. Opened up the back hoping to find a loose wire or fuse, nothing is evident. I'm thinking it could be thermostat. I don't have an ohm-meter to troubleshoot further.
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