Question about GE Profile JTP18 Electric Single Oven
I am in the process of replacing both the keypad and control module for my GE Profile Wall Oven to rid myself of the F7 dilemma. I am experiencing some difficulty however in removing the old keypad and am wondering if I will need to pull the entire oven out in order to do so.
No you do not need to pull the entire oven. If I knew the model number I could give you specific instructions. You can go to www.partselect.com and put in your model number and you will find diagrams that will help you open up the beast.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
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