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Make sure there's power getting to your range, oven or cook top. Check for a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for power with a voltmeter. Sometimes the power cord disconnects or burns at the appliance, if this is the case, the wiring and the terminal block must be repaired or replaced.
If there is confirmed power to the unit, this will confirm board failure. have the main board replaced in this case asap.
This model has issues with the power input controller board, usually caused by surge following a power failure... board is $285 from GE plus $90 or so to install after paying a $100 service call. Replacment part is special ordered and generally takes a week or so.... have 2 of these ovens... ask me how I know.... LOL
It sounds like this is a common occurance among GE ovens.
Shut off the power at the box, then remove faceplate then remove the keypad.
after doing so, remove it from connector, and clean pins with an eraser.
Make sure the terminals are clean of debris, and check for a reset button on the back of the keypad.
I hope this helped you out.
all ge codes f3 are saying ot replace thermal sensor, you can check the harness connecting them for a pinched or burnt wire i guess, as far as getting a part number , you can enter complete modle number her e and look for the sensor, i checked just the partial number you gave and a few different ones showed up http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/index.action