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General Electric JTP10GP Electric Wall Oven Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the General Electric JTP10GP Electric Wall Oven?
The JTP10GP Electric Wall Oven uses timer part number WB27X5482.
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GE JTP10GP Electric Wall Oven
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my oven shuts off after turning it on makes a clicking noise then shuts off if u mess with it turning it on about 10times it willstay on ge modl jpt 10gp2bg
I have a 14 year old GE wall oven model #JTP10GP and am getting an F2 error code. I have turned off power overnight and still get the F2 error code.
looking for the specs of the GE 30inch electric oven model JTP10GP. need to replace it, but need to know the exact specs in order to put another over in the same space.
I have a GE JTP10GP electric oven. I set the temp controls for either bake or broil, but before the oven can start heating up, the bake or broil display blanks and the oven does not heat up. All other display items seem to work.
My GE oven model either JTP10GP or JTP11W continues to display the F-2 function error code. Pressing the CLEAR pad only stops the "beeping" for a few seconds and then the error display comes on again. If I push the oven LOCK lever to the locked position, the error display stays off for about 24 hours and then resumes. What does this error code mean and what parts are needed to fix the problem?
I have a GE electric wall oven JTP10GP. When I set the controls to bake 350 it starts pre-heating at 315 and in less than a min it reaches 350. I put an oven thermometer in and it's not even on the scale and I can feel the oven is just slightly warm. I tested the oven sensor (ohms) and it was fine. I replaced it anyway but still have the same problem. Playing around with the settings I found I can get it to 350 by setting the controls to 530. It's not a consistent 350 though. Just for fun I did a self clean cycle and it worked fine but of course that didn't solve the problem.I did all the tests in the technicians use only document I found inside the key pad and every thing was fine.It dosen't display any failure codes. Help me! Lee
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