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Service manual with wiring diagram

I just moved in to a home and the wall oven ( JTP18w) control has all of the wires in the back disconnected (foreclosed home) . I have asked GE answer center to send me a copy of the missing diagram but it is very hard the read the lettering even though I enlarge it several times. I told GE answer center about the problem but they just keep sending the same diagram over and over. I need a legible wiring diagram so I can connect the control panel to see if the oven work. Please help with a copy of the service manual.

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SOURCE: Wiring diagram for jtp18

Call GE at 1-800-626-2005 to get a wiring diagram
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Powerman

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